Remember, Remember Dog Safety and Fireworks In November

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As the fall holidays approach, especially Halloween and bonfire nights, it is important to know how to keep your dog safe during this time of year. Costumes can be increasingly frightening for your dog as they might not take well to unfamiliar people or things in their life. There are many things you should and shouldn’t do, to see a complete list read on.

Key Takeaways:

  • With Halloween and Bonfire Night swiftly approaching, it is important to think about your dogs well being.
  • The fireworks and constant people approaching your house, your dog can act unpredictably.
  • The Kennel Club has made a list of Do’s and Don’ts for dog safety during this time of year.

“It’s also important to remember that Halloween can be a very frightening time for dogs too. We would advise dog owners to walk their dog before trick or treaters start their rounds and keep a firm grip on the lead as many dogs are frightened by people in costumes and could potentially react aggressively through fear.”,-remember-dog-safety-in-november/

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