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5 Ways to Best Protect Your Pets — an article on the Smart Living Network
October 15, 2019 at 1:30 PMComments: 0 Faves: 1

5 Ways to Best Protect Your Pets

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When you haven't already chosen to have your pet microchipped, now's a excellent time.

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Err on the side of caution when decorating and select products that are pet-safe.

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If you prefer to decorate your home take into account in which the decorations will be set and what you are putting on screen. Easy-to-reach decorations candles or -- -- could be eaten or knocked over, possibly resulting in choking, foreign body ingestion, electric shock as well as burns and a household fire.

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Additionally, the onslaught of strangers dressed in frightening and unfamiliar costumes can alarm some critters. Take additional precaution judge your pet reaction and decide if putting a baby gate up or leaving your dog or cat would keep them calmer.

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Take care and keep pets inside if you're planning on including your pet or escort them out on a leash. Use awesome Alder Security to keep an eye on your pet inside. Your pet cans spook, making them run away it's always advisable to decorate your pet .

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Never leave a pet.

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Do not hesitate to have your pet. If your family veterinarian isn't available Find a clinic.

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Chocolate and candy are not great for cats or dogs and there's an increased chance that Fido and Fluffy may have treats.

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Your option at a Halloween costume that is pet is a bandana that is tied if you prefer to dress your pet up, outfit cat or your dog . Pets can get tangled in costumes that are elaborate with sashes, ties, belts and strings. Difficulty in mobility may result in bodily harm, including strangulation.

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Dogs and cats can get skittish and anxiety ridden on Halloween as a result of incessant ringing of the doorbell, continuous squeals and chatter just beyond the door, and smallish fireworks set off in the road.

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If safety precautions are not taken, it may be a time for our companions.

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Below are a few practical yet suggestions that may help protect your pets.

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