SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— While many people search out ways to scare themselves on Halloween, your pet is less interested in feelings of horror. KCBS’ Jeff Bell talks with Dr. Jennifer Scarlett of the San Francisco SPCA about how pet owners can ease the troubles inherent with the holiday.
“Halloween is kind of a creepy holiday for pets. We need to make sure that we keep them inside and safe,” Scarlett said. “I you have a dog that already barks when someone comes to the door, then Halloween is a nightmare for them.”READ MORE: 6 Arrested After 2 Sideshows In Vallejo
Try to think about it from their perspective she said. You have all kinds of people invading the house— in costumes no-less.