It’s that time of year again– Time for goblins, princesses, pirates, and three-headed Chihuahuas to take to the streets!
If you’re one to celebrate or participate in Halloween festivities you might check this out to see if there is an event near you: 2015 Halloween Events .
I’d like to point out a few things that will help keep you and your dog safe.
If you head out with your dog to partake in Halloween events, keep an eye on your dog for signs of stress.
The signs can be as subtle as your dog looking a bit embarrassed:
When a dog sticks his tongue out to lick his nose, he is most likely expressing stress:
You will also want to be alert to the behaviors of other dogs. Be sure that you stay clear of dogs that might be aggressive, cranky or scared.
You’ll want to be sure that your dog feels safe. Some dogs don’t mind having detailed costumes. Others might feel a little claustrophobic. Check out these dogs:
Some dogs think dress up is fun!
Click here: 2015 Halloween Events to download the spreadsheet of Halloween contests, parades and other dog events.
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