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Our clinic is currently closed. Please contact one of the following facilities if your pet needs emergency care:

364 S Independence Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone: 757-499-5463

4340 Virginia Beach Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Phone: 757-340-3913

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How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Halloween

Halloween is such a fun time of year for the entire family! Excitement, candy, lights, costumes are all great for humans, but not so great for our animals. We want you to have a stress-free Halloween, so the team at Great Neck Veterinary Clinic put together some tips for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

First things first, mind the door and doorbell!

Does your pet get excited—perhaps too excited—when someone comes to the door? If so, put him in a dimly lit, comfortable room with soft music or a television on in the background to help muffle the sounds of ghosts and goblins ringing the doorbell. Bring in his bed, a few favorite toys, and something to keep him occupied, like a puzzle toy with treats hidden inside.

Keep the candy out of their reach!

They’re really not great for any of us, but many sugary treats can cause much more harm than a belly ache for our pets. Chocolate can be toxic to both cats and dogs, and many other ingredients in candy can spell trouble for our furry friends. Even the sugar-free varieties, which are often sweetened with xylitol—are dangerous. Be sure all candy is picked up and put into a safe location before bedtime. For a list of substances toxic to pets, visit the Pet Poison Helpline, and call our office if you think your pet might have accidentally consumed Halloween candy.

Pet costume? Be careful.

Some pets feel comfortable wearing clothing. Others do not. If your pet hates dressing up, don’t dress him up. And if he loves dressing up, be sure to choose a costume that is safe. Your pet’s costume should allow him to breathe, see, and move freely. He should be able to go to the bathroom, eat, drink, and bark or meow while wearing his costume. Never force your pet to wear a costume in which he doesn’t feel comfortable, even it makes him look cute as a button.

We hope you have a wonderful Halloween with the entire family, furry family included! Please be sure to share your photos on our Facebook page!

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