Tips for Halloween pet safety

A young child and their dog sitting on a bed in Halloween costumes

Halloween isn’t just a frightful time for us. It can also pose dangers for pets.

From candy to costumes, from open doors to noisy revelers, from bonfires to jack-o’-lanterns, the holiday can be more trick than treat for our animals.

The experts at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center are here to help you and your furry friends stay safe and avoid trips to the emergency room.

Find these Halloween pet safety tips on the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center’s website.

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