The holiday season is full of food and fun, but some of the things that we enjoy during this time of year can be harmful for our pets.
The following information has been pulled directly from the American Veterinary Medical Association's website. These helpful tips will help ensure that you're prepared for the holidays with your pet.
Keep people food away from pets. If you want to share holiday treats with your pets, make or buy treats formulated just for them. The following people foods are especially hazardous for pets:
Greenery, lights and Christmas trees can make the holidays festive, but they also pose risky temptations for our pets.
Visitors can upset pets, as can the noise and excitement of holiday parties. Even pets that aren’t normally shy may become nervous in the hubbub that can accompany a holiday gathering. The following tips will reduce emotional stress on your pet and protect your guests from possible injury.
Whether you take your pets with you or leave them behind, take these precautions to safeguard them whenever you’re traveling.
Always be prepared to contact your Veterinarian or Emergency Clinic if necessary.
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