Blog Entries Tagged as halloween

  • Oct
  • 29

Keep Your Animals Safe and Happy This Halloween

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Each October, Halloween ushers in its own brand of awesomeness in the form of pumpkins, candy , and costumes. Spider webs and creepy decorations set the stage for ghost stories and trick-or-treating. But holiday fun for humans can translate into hazards for companion animals. Halloween is the busiest time of year for the  Pet Poison Helpline because companion animals often accidentally …

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  • Oct
  • 30

Keeping Your Dogs and Cats Safe on Halloween

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Halloween can be a fun time for children-and adults who like dressing up (I always think back to the “Thriller” video … I loved the Vincent Price rap!). Unfortunately, the frequent visitors in ghoulish costumes and the large amount of candy lying around our homes do present hazards for our animal companions.

Of all the calls to …

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  • Oct
  • 30

A Truly Scary Halloween ‘Treat’

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It’s that time of the year again. In just a few days, children from all over my neighborhood will be knocking on my door, asking the question “Trick or treat?” Their outstretched hands and little plastic pumpkin buckets will be filled with Halloween treats of all sizes, shapes, and colors.

I love sweet treats as much as …

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