- Make sure your pet wears a collar with ID tag including current phone number
- Don't allow your dog or cat to eat chocolate or candy, it's toxic to them
- Keep animals indoors, instead of in the yard, on Halloween
- Eliminate accidental escapes by putting your pet in another room or using a baby gate when trick or treaters arrive
- Minimize the time your pet wears a costume since it's most likely not very comfortable for them
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