The falling leaves, cooler weather and crisper air are some signifiers of the fall season, but when Halloween comes around, you know that autumn's in full swing. Aside from pumpkin patches popping up and weather changing, November is a turning point for changes in dogs as well. As you bundle up for the lower temperatures, make sure to keep your pup warm too. During this time, you may experience allergies; the fall season might also provoke allergies in your dog. When you're basking in the ideal, cool weather and celebrating the holidays, it's important to prepare your dog to make the transition from summer to fall smooth and easy.
If you love spending time outdoors, meeting people from different backgrounds, and taking responsibility to complete tasks, it's likely that you're a campground manager. If not, then you might have a strong interest in becoming one. Campground managers, like more corporate managers, need to have strong leadership and financial skills to be successful in their profession. But, the life of a campground manager is particularly unique in its need for flexible hours on the job, diverse environment, and hands-on duties for every member on board. As different as the life of a campground manager is, the payoff is higher for the personal connections and hard work put into the job. After deciding to become a campground manager, the next best thing to do is to ensure everything is up to code and preventative of fires.
While trick-or-treating is often reserved for children, many families are now including their dogs in the festivities. Trick-or-treating can be an exciting time for the whole family, but for our furry friends, there are some extra steps to take to have a fun and safe Halloween. Here are some tips to help you and your dog have a happy Halloween.