Greenery, lights and Christmas trees can make the holidays festive, but they also pose risky temptations for our pets. Christmas trees can tip over if pets climb on them or try to play with the lights and ornaments. Consider tying your tree to the ceiling or a doorframe using fishing line to secure it. Water additives… Continue reading Holiday Decorating and Your 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. All pets should have access to a comfortable,… Continue reading Hosting Holiday Parties and Your Pet
It wouldn’t be the holidays without a lot of beautiful greenery. Before you go overboard with holiday plants, be careful of the following ones that can get pets in trouble: Holly Lilies (especially for cats) Mistletoe Poinsettia A good rule of thumb is simply not to display any of these; but if you… Continue reading All Is Calm, All Is Bright
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