Tips for Trick-or-Treating with dogs Some tips for keep your dog in safety if Rover joins you on the tour-or-deal adventures: Put reflective labels or a vest on your dog for more visibility. Take a flashlight Try a front hook harness (no pull) if they need help walking on a loose leash. If they are still learning to walk well on a leash, practice now. Halloween isn't the best night to start! Bring poop bags to clean up after bathroom breaks Do not allow anyone to give him candy, and be aware that there will be candies fallen on the ground. Be very vigilant! There may be other dogs outside, and candy-crazed children do not watch where they are going. Parents are not looking for their children either. Take some treats (dog treats, not candy!), and periodically reward them for being such a good dog. If your dog seems unhappy, don't force him to come with you. Take them home and give them a dog-friendly treat. About these candy: make sure your dog doesn 't get any. It ' s not good for dogs, and the chocolate is toxic to them . Ingesting wrappers, small knick-knacks and toys that some people give can also be very harmful. A little planning will help your dog have a safe and fun Halloween, whether he is going out for treats or staying at home.