From Dan J Barton | The Pet Business Coach

Tips for a Pet Friendly Holiday

Party Animal?

If you’re making plans to entertain for the holidays, don’t forget to include some preparations for your pet. Consider your pet’s temperament.  Some pets do well in groups.  But a shy animal -or- on the other hand, a more rambunctious one-might do better in a quiet, out-of-the-way room for the evening. Secondly, prevent escapes.  With all the comings and going, make sure your pet doesn’t slip out of the house unnoticed.  Keep fence gates closed.  Monitor the front door. Make sure.
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Season’s Eating
Although it can be tempting to give you pet a little treat form the table, resist the urge, since many “people” foods can make pets sick.  Be especially careful of the following foods; Candies and Sweets: especially chocolate and Xylitol Baking Products: including baking powder, baking soda, yeast dough, nutmeg and macadamia nuts Table food and kitchen scraps: especially grapes and raisins, which are highly toxic to dogs.  Avoid fat trimmings, avocadoes, onions, garlic, mushrooms, persimmons, peaches, plums potato peelings and raw eggs. Alcohol:  Even a.
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