With the volume of foot traffic on your property on Halloween, it is a good idea to take an extra look around for potential trip and fall hazards: 
  • Extension Cords
  • Garden Hoses
  • Halloween lawn decorations
  • Or common at our house, bats and balls that should’ve been picked up

Do you have a new dog and this will be his first Halloween?  Are they ok with charging kids in costumes and masks?  If not, placing him in a separate room separate room with a long lasting digestible bone, and a TV or Radio is a good idea.  Our dog enjoys Halloween but he is a wreck on the 4th so we get him something comparable to a "Purina Busy Bone."

I still haven’t figured this one out, but watch for kids shooting out of parked cars.  I have seen able bodied  kids getting driven around the past couple of years.  

A glow stick attached to younger kids is a good idea - typically safety conscious kids turn into sugar infused maniacs darting in and out of streets every October 31st.  

Have a Happy Halloween and a great weekend!!

Posted 11:17 AM

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