Does Your Pet Love or Hate Halloween Time?
Now that the holiday that celebrates both tricks and treats is finally over, there are many pet owners who are dealing with the both the struggle and the joy of Halloween. If you are the fortunate owner of a dog that lets you dress him or her up in the most adorable of costumes, then you are likely a little sad to put all of the Halloween finery away. If, however, you are a dog owner who has a pet that stresses every time the doorbell rings or someone walks in front of the house, you are likely ready for a more calm first week of November.
If you believe everything that you see on the internet you might be tempted to think that every single dog is just dying to don a frilly frock or funky fedora and parade around. In fact, by the number of adorable Halloween pet videos that have been posted in the last month, you might feel like even your feline needs to up her game. For every pet who is posing for the camera, however, there are many more who want nothing to do with any kind of costume or haircut that transforms him into an alligator or a lion. In fact, many pet owners dread Halloween as much as the Fourth of July. Although the fireworks that help celebrate Independence Day can be a real problem for many pets, the notion of non stop kids and their families coming to your front door or walking in front of the house on Halloween can be equally troubling.
Vets and Pet Stores Offer a Number of Products That Can Help Your Animal Live More Comfortably
From therapy socks for animals with arthritis or other issues to magnetic hock boots for horses, there are a growing number of products that can create a more healthy and fulfilling life for your pet or animal. As the number of people with pets and other animals like horses continues to grow, it should come as no surprise that there are also an increasing number of products that are available. Both therapy socks and non skid socks for dogs, for instance, allow pets to get the comfort and the stability that they need after a surgery or as a result of the aging process. The latest research indicates that most households in the U.S. have at least one pet. In fact, 44% of all households in America have a dog. The fact that 25% of these pet dogs are eventually diagnosed with some form of arthritis in just one indicator that there is a growing need for products that will keep our pets as healthy and comfortable as possible.
Whether you are looking for therapy socks with non skid features for your dog who actually likes to run to the front dor to greet the littlest ghosts and goblins or you are in need of a ankle brace socks or neck therapy products for a horse after a stumble, there are a growing number of companies that cater to the needs of both pet and animal lovers.