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The Top 10 Halloween Dangers for Dogs


Ah, Halloween; the time of year when no one is allowed to say that you can’t dress up as a superhero while eating enough sugar to put yourself into low-Earth orbit. For you, Halloween might be a fun reprieve from normal clothes, as well as a candy-fueled kickoff to the holidays. But for a dog it presents a new batch of hazards. Here are the Top 10 Halloween dangers for dogs you need to watch out for.

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Topics: Dog Safety, pet safety tips, Dogs, Xylitol Dogs, canine chocolate toxicity, Toxicity in dogs, Blog, Pet costumes, Dog costumes, Halloween, Trick or Treat

Cat and Dog Halloween Costumes: Is It Safe To Dye My Pet's Fur?


With Halloween coming up, you may be wondering if it would be OK for you to add a little color to your pet's fur. After all, there are lots of products and services for this available on the market.

While it may be OK to do this in certain situations - with certain cats or dogs (with the right disposition), and with certain products - typically coloring your pet's fur isn't the best idea. In many cases it can be messy and cause your pet discomfort or distress. And in some cases, it can actually lead to significant health and safety problems.

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Topics: Dog Safety, pet safety tips, Dogs, Toxicity in dogs, Blog, Pet costumes, Dog costumes, Halloween, Painting your dog, Trick or Treat, Hair Dye, Dog costume ideas

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Please do not ask emergency or other specific medical questions about your pets in the blog comments. As an online informational resource, Preventive Vet is unable to and does not provide specific medical advice or counseling. A thorough physical exam, patient history, and an established veterinary-patient-client relationship is required to provide specific medical advice. If you are worried that your pet is having an emergency or if you have specific medical questions related to your pet’s current or chronic medical conditions, please contact or visit your veterinarian, an animal-specific poison control hotline, or your local emergency veterinary care center.

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