Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat”

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Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat”

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” Halloween is a family holiday that everyone gets to dress up, go out and have a good time. There are many candies being shared and a lot of kids running around with a sugar rush! Now if you are a parent to both two legged and four legged kinds, you need to make sure that everyone is safe, healthy and happy around this time of the year. This is why you should be extra careful when it comes to what goes down in their tummies around Halloween.

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” First of all, just to be on the safer side, make sure that all your pets are well fed before the “trick or treating” time. That way, there is less chance for them to eat something that they are not supposed to. Add a food supplement such as NuVet Plus into their meal to make it more wholesome and filling. You can get more details by going through Nuvet Reviews.

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” Chocolates This comes as no surprise – chocolate is bad for dogs! Halloween time is usually filled with all kinds of chocolates being shared everywhere. The chances are that your dog might take a bite from a leftover chocolate especially if you have children in the house. Excessive intake of chocolates can be very harmful for dogs causing them severe stomach problems.

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” Raisins Although some candy and cookies may seem harmless at first, small ingredients like raisins in them can be toxic for your dogs. These can lead to stomach and kidney related problems causing vomiting and even diarrhoea for your dog. While chocolates can be avoided easily, raisins can be ingested to them unknowingly, which is worse.

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” :

Things Dogs Shouldn’t Eat During “Trick or Treat” What you can do? The main thing you can do to avoid any problem during Halloween is to keep your pets safely away somewhere – possibly in a different room – until it is over. Do not leave candy and other edibles lying around where they have access to, and advise your children not to give them anything without consulting you first. Also, keep your pets well fed and ideally with a supplement to go along with their regular diet. Look at NuVet Plus reviews to get better ideas.

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