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Spooky season is for humans – not pets

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PetFirst Pet Insurance hopes to reduce stress on pets. “Whether it’s getting into chocolate, darting out an opened door or dealing with the noisy nature of the holiday, Halloween can be more frightening than fun,” said PetFirst CEO Katie Blakeley.

Remember BONES:
Be sure to know where your pet is.
Only dog and cat treats.
Noise reduction. Doorbells and knocks can stress pets.
Exercise early to avoid walking at night.
Safely stash decor. Fake Halloween bones aren’t toys.

Last year, PetFirst received a $4,000 vet bill after a dog chewed metallic wire from a decoration.

Berry Craig IV

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