Can you believe it? Another year has gone by. We have had a great year caring for your furry friends and helping them have the best health they could possibly have.
Since there are a couple of holidays left in the year, we wanted to share some tips with you so they could continue to have that same health through the little of the year that remains.
We’ve shared these tips many times over the years and they still hold true.
- Make sure your decorations are kept outside of their reach. Most cats and some dogs are fascinated by the glow or the brightness and want to investigate. The water at the base of a live tree can also be dangerous.
- In most houses, there will be more food and treats available during this time than the rest of the year. Keep all of these morsels out of reach as many can have negative impacts on their health.
- This time of year can be stressful for many pets. There will be new faces or ones they don’t see very often and can cause them to feel anxious or overstimulated. A quiet place can feel very welcoming.
Details of these tips and more can be found on our Christmas and New Year Tips page. Click for more information.
We want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you, your pet, and your whole family.
Read our blog next week for suggestions for New Year’s Resolutions for your pet.