Keep Your Pets Safe this HOWL-O-WEEN!
Halloween Pet Safety TipsHalloween is an exciting time of year but can also be frightening and dangerous for furry loved ones at home. On average, emergency vet clinics see a 12% increase of emergency calls on and around Halloween.
Keep pets indoors in a secure, quiet space with plenty of food, water and toys as pets can easily escape through open doors.
Refrain from having pets go trick-or-treating with you as they may become spooked and run off.
Make sure your pets are microchipped, complemented by ID tag and collar.
Keep candy and treats, especially chocolate, up and away from pets.
Ensure pet costumes fit properly, do not force pet to wear costume – try for a quick photo opp instead.
Use extra caution around Jack-O-Lanterns and decorations.
To report a sick or injured pet, call AHS' field dispatch team at 602.997.7585 ext. 2073. If you suspect animal cruelty, click here.If your pet goes missing or you find a pet, click here for tips to increase the chances of being reunited with your furry friend.