Cats, especially black ones, become the victims of Halloween pranks.
When the doorbell rings, make sure you’re aware of your pet's location before you open the door.
Pets like to dash out the door when you open it to give out candy.
Do not give your pets chocolate, because it is life-threatening.
Dogs and cats, unlike humans, are very sensitive to the caffeine-like substances it contains.
The darker the chocolate, the greater the risk.
Make sure all candy is stored in a safe place where your pets can’t get to it.
Remove the pets costumes as soon as you are done so they don't get distressed or injured.
Have a safe Halloween with your Pets!
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