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« on: October 26, 2007, 06:05:52 AM »

Spook-Free Halloween October 25, 2007
Mine go nuts every time the bell rings.  This might help.

For most dogs, Halloween is more frightening than fun. Here are a few tricks to make the evening safer and less spooky for your pup:

Keep your pet in a separate room away from the front door if the ringing doorbell makes him anxious.
Keep decorations and jack-o'-lanterns out of paw's reach.
Keep him away from the candy basket. Most sweets make dogs sick -- plus, raisins and chocolate can be fatal. 
Pick up any stray candy wrappers, which can be a choking hazard.
Think twice about suiting up your dog; most pets find costuming uncomfortable and stressful. If you decide to dress him up, make sure the getup does not interfere with his movements or ability to see, and that it does not contain any small pieces that could be swallowed accidentally.
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