October 25, 2017

Trick-or-Treat Tips for Your Clients

With Halloween fast approaching, it’s good to remind your clients that this season can provoke stress and anxiety in their pets and is also fraught with potential hazards.
By Kerry Lengyel
4. Keep bright lights away from Fido.
A noticeable marker for the start of the holiday season are all the lights that can be seen around your neighborhood. Whether it’s carved pumpkins lit up with candles or orange string lights hanging around your home, these items are dangerous for pets.

Your dog or cat could get burned by Jack-o-lanterns and could get electrocuted by low-lying wires from your lights. So, be cautious when making your house the best haunted house on your block.
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