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Pet tips for the holidays
We want the holidays to be a happy time for you and your pet, not a time for an emergency visit to your veterinarian. With a little knowledge you can ensure that your pet stays safe and healthy.
Holiday cuisine produces an abundance of pet-delectable treats, not to mention the appeal of a discarded turkey carcass!
Foods that you eat or drink that you should never give your pet include:
The following holiday plants are poisonous to your pets and must be kept out of their reach:
Christmas trees and their decorations can create hazards for your pets.
Gifts and Treats:
Gifts--wrapped and unwrapped, ribbons, and packaging materials are dangerous chewing toys. When choosing a holiday gift for your pet, be sure it is safe - no small pieces that could come off and be swallowed. Choose healthy treats for your pet and give them in moderation.
Make this holiday season a safe and happy one for you and your pet.
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