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Halloween can be a festive time for both children and adults. It’s a time of enjoyable dressing in your favorite costumes, decorating our homes with elaborate Halloween ornaments, bright lights and even motorized animation along with the foot traffic of guest to endless parties. The Halloween displays and costumes that skillfully disguise even familiar kids or adults can be a scary time for dogs. A dog’s keen senses are further clouded with frequent doorbell rings, human commotion, loud noises, strobe lights, artificial fog machines and in some cases, crying or terrified children that can lead to dog bites. Look for...
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