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  • Dogs and Halloween

    Posted by Janine Allen at Monday, October 27th, 2008.

    Probably one of the best things you can do for your dog this Halloween is to keep him confined indoors. The festivities of the evening historically have included pranks. It would be sad if your dog was the victim of one of them. If you will be answering the door for those cute, costumed kids collecting sweets, confine your dog to a bedroom or crate so he can’t slip out the door. We wouldn’t want Buster to think that fuzzy, bunny rabbit toddler was a giant squeak toy!


    Where will you find your next ideal dog? Why not try your local animal shelter?



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    Written by Janine Allen CPDT, Rescue Me Dog's professional dog trainer. Janine's passion is working with people and their dogs. She provides demonstrations for those who have adopted shelter dogs, lends email support to adopted dog owners that need information beyond our Training Support Pages, and aids shelter staff and volunteers in understanding dog behavior to increase their adoptability. Copyright 2018 Rescue Me Dog; www.rescuemedog.org

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