Social Media Calendar: April 2017

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This Week: April 17-23

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MON

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It is National Pet ID Week. Have you updated your pet's ID tags or microchip registration lately?

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TUE

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From housing to grooming, be sure you are giving your bird the proper care. https://goo.gl/osV2If

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WED

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Do you know these tips for keeping your bird's cage clean? https://goo.gl/aBbXyL

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THU

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Fact: Chocolate is toxic to birds, too. https://goo.gl/vGNtt4

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FRI

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This unwanted behavior can be prevented. https://goo.gl/0e1Dmw

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What is your pet's favorite toy?

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SUN

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Learn how to keep your bird's beak at its peak. https://goo.gl/hWbSPE

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