Black Friday for Pets Flyers (Updated)

After fooling around with Photoshop I managed to come up with my own jerky treat warning flyer. I can’t say it’s fabulous – but considering I am not familiar with Photoshop whatsoever, it was the best I could do on a moments notice.

Meanwhile, after doing a Google image search for other jerky treat warnings, I found several that you may choose to use instead for your leafleting needs at your Black Friday for Pets event. To print: right click to ‘Save Image As’ to your computer and then find the image on your computer and print.

So, without any further ado – here they are…(drumroll, please)

UPDATE: The group Animal Parents Against Pet Treats Made in China kindly provided me with their updated poster (4th Edition) to use. Here is the link for the PDF file to it: Thanks guys! You’re the best!

Please note! That dear sweet doggie is actually being given a BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) nugget – she is not being fed a horrible jerky treat! But she was so adorbs, I couldn’t resist using her as my poster girl!

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Mollie Morrissette

Mollie Morrissette, the author of Poisoned Pets, is an animal food safety expert and consumer advisor. Help support her work by making a donation today.

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  1. Dear Mollie,
    While we are happy to share our flyer with you to be printed and distributed, we ask that you please use the most recent version. This is the 4th revision of our flyer, which must be modified as number of illnesses and fatalities rises. You can find the latest version here:
    Animal Parents Against Pet Treats Made In China


    • Thank you so much for sending me the updated version! I will update my post and include a link for folks to your PDF file. Your poster really is the best on the net, so I thank you for allowing Poisoned Pets to share it with my readers! And thank you for the tremendous contribution APAPTMIC has made to the fight against the toxic treats made in China! You guys are the best! I’ll add a link to your group in Facebook as well (should have done that in the first place – sorry, my bad). Mollie


  2. Thanks for all the super flyers!!! Since I am a computer dodo, please tell me now how I can make it into a file that I can prrint out. I clicked the image X to make it larger, then right clicked to save it to a file or some sort, but it just froze the page. Is there something that I’m doing wrong? I’m sure I’ll be speaking for other folks that aren’t techies. Thanks again.


    • Well, Mom – you right click on the image – click ‘save image as’ to your ‘puter and then find it on your ‘puter – then print! So easy!

      I updated the post for techtards like me and you.



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