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Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Dogs

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Dogs

Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family, and holiday feasts! But for our furry family members, can pose possible distress and many threats to their safety. 1)     Keep thanksgiving dinner on the table Let’s face it, we love our pups and want to share our tasty meals with them. But unfortunately, many human foods are dangerous for dogs, especially carved turkey, whose bones can cause internal damage if digested. Cooked bones can cause damage to a dog’s throat and intestinal tract, requiring surgery. Keep the turkey well out of the way on the back of the counter or in the center...

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween can be a festive and fun time for the whole family, but for pets can be a very stressful experience and present them to a new set of hazards. To ensure that both your children and dogs enjoy a fun and safe holiday, please remember the following tips:   If you are planning on dressing your pet in a costume and he or she is not used to wearing a costume, start slowly and watch for their reaction to make sure they are not annoyed or scared. Pick a comfortable costume that doesn’t cover their eyes, or anything that might...

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