Make sure your pet is suitably identified (microchip, collar and ID tag) in case the babies escapes through the open door while you’re distracted with trick-or-treaters

Keep lit candles and jack-o-lanterns out of reach of pets

If you plan to put a costume on your pet, make sure it fits properly and is comfortable, they don’t have any pieces that can be chewed off, and doesn’t interfere with your pet’s sight, hearing, breathing, opening its mouth, or moving. Take time to get your pet familiarized to the costume before Halloween, and never leave your pet unsupervised while wearing the costume

Keep glow sticks and glow jewelry away from your pets. Although the liquid in these products isn’t likely toxic, it tastes really bad and makes pets salivate excessively and act strangely

Don’t feed your pets Halloween candy, particularly if it contains chocolate or xylitol (a common sugar substitute found in sugar-free candies and gum)

If your pet is cautious of strangers or has a tendency to bite, put them in another room during trick-or-treating hours

Keep your pet inside.