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Halloween Hazards

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  • Repeatedly opening doors to greet trick-or-treaters can increase the chances of your pets running out. Keep an eye on their whereabouts at all times. If feasible, keep cats in a secure area or closed room when opening doors.
  • Candles-Pets are naturally curious, and may be attracted to the bright lights of the flame in dark areas. Dogs and cats could either burn themselves by the flame or knock the candle over, starting a fire.
  • Xylitol-Candy or gum sweetened with xylitol is toxic and should be kept away from your pet.
  • All forms of chocolate can harmful to your pet, potentially resulting in poisoning or even inflammation from the high fat content.

101 Things You Didn’t Know Could Harm Your Pet, ASPCA Pet Health Insurance

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