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Ghosts, ghouls and witches aren't the only scary things about Halloween — a pet emergency can be just as frightening! That's why we're here with veterinarian-approved advice to help keep your cats and dogs safe this October 31.
How can you and your furry friends have the most fun Halloween possible? Choosing the right costume and putting up pet-safe decorations is a great start. Check out our video for tips on protecting your pets from costume mishaps, chocolate poisonings, opportunistic escapes and more.
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