Social Media Calendar: March 2017

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This Week: March 20-26

Toxicology

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MON

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It is National Poison Prevention Week. Find out what you can do to prevent accidental poisoning in your pet. https://goo.gl/PN06mu

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TUE

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Avocados, citrus, and onions are just a few foods you should avoid feeding your pet. https://goo.gl/idN7T1

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WED

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Cats may love to lounge in gardens, but fertilizers are among the top feline poisons. https://goo.gl/9AwL9x

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THU

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It is National Puppy Day! Share a picture of your adorable puppy.

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FRI

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This handy list shows which plants are toxic to your pet. Apple seeds can be toxic to dogs and cats. https://goo.gl/u5J90S

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SAT

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Post about a pet-friendly location in your area.

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SUN

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Keep these things in mind when lifting your dog. https://goo.gl/AsvqCK

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