This is the most important safety tip for dogs on Halloween. A leash will help you keep your dog close to you and prevent them from running off after treats or other distractions.
Make sure that your dog's costume is not too tight or restrictive, and that there are no loose strings or decorations that could be a choking hazard.
Masks can restrict your dog's vision and breathing, and they can also be a choking hazard. If you do choose to put a mask on your dog.
When you are out with your dog on Halloween, be aware of your surroundings and watch out for hazards such as traffic, decorations, and candy wrappers.
This is especially important if you are taking your dog to a party or other event where there will be a lot of people and activity.
Candy can be dangerous for dogs, as it can contain xylitol, which is a sugar alcohol that can be toxic to dogs. If your dog does eat candy, call your veterinarian immediately.
Halloween should be a fun time for both you and your dog. By following these safety tips, you can help ensure that your dog has a safe and enjoyable Halloween.