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  1.  Never leave pets alone around an open flame. If your pet is rowdy, it’s best to avoid candles.
  2. Pet-proof your house. Keep hazards out of paw’s reach, like flammables or electrical wires.
  3. Have an emergency plan with a safe location to take your pet after a house fire.
  4. Make sure your pet is microchipped or wearing Id in case you get separated during a fire.
  5. Make sure smoke alarms are functioning properly and educate your family on fire safety.
  6. Prevent pets from touching stovetop controls and be mindful of pets while in the kitchen.

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