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Posts and tweets promoting pet safety on Halloween

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Help your veterinary clients forget the fright and keep pets safe this Halloween.

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Facebook posts: Copy this type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field:

Fright night safety: If your pet HATES the costume, it may be best to skip it. #petsafety #halloween

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Fright night safety: If your pet HATES the costume, it may be best to skip it. #petsafety #halloween

Fright night safety: If your pet willingly wears a costume, makesure he or she can still move freely. #petsafety #halloween

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Fright night safety: If your pet willingly wears a costume, makesure he or she can still move freely. #petsafety #halloween

Fright night safety: Fire and fur don't mix. Keep your curious cat away from the Jack O' Lantern. #petsafety #halloween

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Fright night safety: Fire and fur don't mix. Keep your curious cat away from the Jack O' Lantern. #petsafety #halloween

Doorbells and shrieking kids can spook pets. Consider keeping them in the back of the house for the night. #petsafety #halloween

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Doorbells and shrieking kids can spook pets. Consider keeping them in the back of the house for the night. #petsafety #halloween

All those visitors can spook your pet. Try turning on some background noise (and keeping them away from the door). #petsafety #halloween

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All those visitors can spook your pet. Try turning on some background noise (and keeping them away from the door). #petsafety #halloween

Opening the door 100 times gives your (spooked) pets better than normal odds of escape. Keep them away from the door! #petsafety #halloween

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Opening the door 100 times gives your (spooked) pets better than normal odds of escape. Keep them away from the door! #petsafety #halloween

A spooked pet might make a run for the door on Halloween. Make sure your pet's tags are up to date before fright night! #petsafety

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A spooked pet might make a run for the door on Halloween. Make sure your pet's tags are up to date before fright night! #petsafety

Guard the treat jar on Halloween! Chocolate (and some sweetener) can be poisonous for your pet. #petsafety #halloween

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Guard the treat jar on Halloween! Chocolate (and some sweetener) can be poisonous for your pet. #petsafety #halloween

Kids' trick-or-treat candy can be a scary danger to your pet. Keep it out of reach! #petsafety #halloween

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Kids' trick-or-treat candy can be a scary danger to your pet. Keep it out of reach! #petsafety #halloween

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