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Byline: Jen Barol and Pasha
Oh, goodie! Just three more days until jack-o'-lanterns light up doorways, gaggles of 4-foot goblins line the streets, and pint-sized hands stock up on gumdrops and chocolate bars.
Yes, Hallow-een is approaching.
However, this festival of fun and frolic for adults and children can be a nightmare for your four-legged friends.
There are a number of hazards that pet owners should consider during Halloween, according to the American Animal Hospital Association (www.healthypet.com) and Mary Berry, a veterinarian at Eubank Animal Clinic, 1601 Eubank Blvd. N.E.
nLoud and excessive noise created by …