The holiday season is officially upon us, and the next few days will be a whirlwind of parties, family gatherings, travel, and food. Lots and lots of food. As we get caught up in the chaos and merriment, it’s important to keep the safety of our pets in mind and remind our guests to do the same. Increased activity in the home can become a source of stress for some pets and an abundance of food, treats, and decorations create potential risks for our furry friends.
We know you already have a lot to think about during the holidays, but by making yourself aware of potential dangers and planning ahead, you’ll be able to put your mind at ease as you enjoy time with your family. A few quick reminders and tips are all you need to keep your pets safe, healthy, and happy during the holidays.
For more easy tips, check out this article.
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