Each year, Halloween becomes more and more popular not only with adults and children, but their pets as well. Actually, it's really not the pet that loves to dress up as much as it is the pet's owner that gets the final say.
Who doesn't love to see a dog dressed in drag on Halloween night? However, it's not for all dogs. Some pet Halloween costumes can pose safety and health hazards, so think twice before dressing up your dog.
The costume should not constrict the pet's movement, hearing or impede his ability to breathe or bark. The costume should be flame retardant and it is important to remove any small or dangling accessories that could be chewed and swallowed.
You know your pets’ personality, if they're happier going in their birthday suit, than so be it.
Here are some other ways to help keep your pet safe and stress-free on Halloween:
By following these simple safety rules, your pets will be safe this Halloween.