The essential pet-safety guide
Foods to avoid
•Sugar substitute found in gum, mints, candy & baked goods
•1/8 teaspoon can cause dangerously low blood sugar in dogs
•1/2 teaspoon can cause liver damage
Natural stimulants in this Halloween staple can cause a range of symptoms like vomiting, diarrhea, abnormal heart rhythm & death
May cause a toxic reaction in dogs from vomiting to kidney failure.
Jack-O-Lanterns & Corn
These fall decorations can cause gastrointestinal upset in large doses
Candy Wrappers & Lollipop Sticks
Cellophane, plastic & paper sticks can cause gastrointestinal upset or bowel obstruction
Can cause drooling, irritation, agitation & vomiting
Hot wax & flames can potentially burn your pet’s nose, tongue or tail when within reach
Sharing these types of beverages can be toxic with symptoms ranging from bloat to respiratory failure.