Advice for Halloween night

Tonight you may be visited by children taking part in Trick or Treating, however it can be a scary time for our pets.

Make sure that chocolate and sweets are kept out of your dogs reach, and ensure that lit pumpkins are in a safe place.

Pet Remedy, Feliway (for cats) or Adaptil spray / collar (for dogs) can help your pet feel more relaxed during the noisy evenings. Closing blinds, curtains and turning up the TV / Radio can make them more comfortable.

For Firework season – Dogs Trust have a few tracks of Sound therapy available but make sure you read the instruction leaflet first.

https://www.dogstrust.ie/whats-happening/blog/halloween-preparation-for-your-dog

Stay safe and we will be providing tips and advice for over the Bonfire & Fireworks nights shortly.

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Advice for Halloween night
Advice for Halloween night