Posts Tagged ‘holiday pet advice’
Holidays are in full swing. As you get ready to decorate for the season, pull out the blankets for these cold nights, and dress your pup up in his best winter gear, don’t forget to keep an eye on the items in your house that are dangerous to dogs and cats. Top 6 Household Threats [...]
While the roots of Easter are religious, the Easter Bunny has become a widely known symbol of the holiday. He is believed to bring candy and small gifts to children or, traditionally, Easter eggs. Similar to Santa Claus, children anticipate an Easter basket full of good yummy treats and maybe some fun presents. Children also [...]
If you have a curious kitty and a Christmas tree, you know there is a chance that you’ll find your ornaments on the floor, gifts with little claw marks on them, and a cat perched in your tree peeking out at you. Here are 10 tips to try and save your sanity this holiday season: [...]
This holiday season, why not give a little to the animals who are waiting for their forever home? Many of the animals in rescue organizations and shelters make great pets and are just waiting for someone to come and adopt them. Some were surrendered due to changes in their former homes, allergies, or sometimes financial [...]
Some cats do not like strangers in their home and do not hide their feelings. They may hide if they are shy, hiss and stare at your guests if they are aggressive, or if they happen to be super social they may climb and crawl all over them like they do to you. As their [...]
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and if you have plans to celebrate it with someone special, don’t forget to make sure you keep foods and plants out of reach from curious little paws. The most common calls that animal poison hot-lines receive on Valentine’s Day involve chocolate and lilies being eaten by a curious cat or [...]
One of the first signs that summer is in full swing is the 4th of July. Gotta’ love it. Parades, barbeques, fireworks – What better way to spend a hot summer day? Well your pets might not agree.