1: Ensure easy identification Ensure that pets always have effective identification. The Dublin SPCA recommends that you have your pet micro chipped and ensure that it is wearing a collar with identification in the event that it escapes from the house. Any vet practice can arrange this quickly and easily.
2: Educate others Educate others about looking out for pets and other animals at Halloween.
3: Keep an eye on your petsWhen children are coming to the door to trick and treat, cats can quickly slip out the front door, and dogs sometimes try to bite unsuspecting kids, thinking that they're intruders. For everyone's safety, it's best to keep animals inside a bedroom or family room, away from all the commotion.
4: Separate pets from sweets Keep pets away from Halloween decorations and tell children not to share any sweets and chocolate with their pets. Take any pet suspected of ingesting a harmful item or substance immediately to a veterinarian..