Kids love to go Trick or Treat, but do you ever take your pets Trick or Treat? Did you know that you can take them to Petsmart and have a lot of fun finding treats, Halloween toys and even outfits that would make your Trick or Treat complete?
I decided to put together a few tips on how to have fun on Halloween with your pets and still keep them save. How do you keep your pets safe?
1. If you put a costume on your pet, make sure it is weather appropriate; so they don’t overheat. Also make sure it is easy on and off as well as comfy for the dog; you don’t want to buy an outfit too small and your baby can barley move in it. My Woodstock is rocking his Martha Stewart Pets® Cyclops Costume and loving it. I did buy him a size large and he is only about 20lbs and the outfit fits him perfect. So keep an eye on sizing.
2. Find Trick or Treat toys that will last all year long as well. My dogs love to trick each other and steal toys from each other all day long; I decided to check out three different toys from the Martha Stewart Pet Selection and the pups have not put them down yet. They are colorful, halloweenish and a lot of fun as well as sturdy. Almost look like baby toys, but they are perfect for your pets.
3. Take your pets trick or Treat at pet stores like PETSMART to get some special treats and let them pick out their very own toy; I know mine love it when I take them for a ride and they get a toy. Just like the kids.. they are spoiled rotten.
4. Keep your Treats real and safe. Try to buy Made in USA as much as possible to eliminate any food/ treat issues. As you may remember my baby Charlie was poisoned by Dog treats from China last year; he had a long recovery but is fine now. So it is worth to check your label and only buy natural products that you can relate to. We checked out some fun Blue Boo Bars and the dogs loved them and price wise they are very compatible with other products. So it pays to shop for treats made in the USA.
5. Keep the pets safe; if you know your pet gets overly excited with lots of people or is nervous in different places, why not get him a new treat or toy and keep them at home instead? They would much rather be in their safe space then on the road with a lot of stranger and other dogs.
That’s just a few tips and ideas that we have to share a fun Trick or Treat with your pets and would love to hear what you have planed for your pet this year?
Happy Trick or Treat
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