Halloween can be a fun time for your family… but then the doorbell rings and your usually calm dog turns into a deranged barking maniac. Strange people concealed behind costumes, ringing doorbells, and the sound of kids running down the street can cause your dog to panic and become consumed by anxiety.
It is important to understand that Halloween is not a good night to break out a bark control device, as the stress of the night is going to take precedence over any corrections you try to implement.
But there is still hope! With the tips below you can have a fun, stress-free night with your furry companion – whether you choose to stay in, or go out.
Following these tips will ensure that everyone has a safe and spooktacular Halloween! 🎃
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