Ease the stress of the coming season with these expert tips.
You’ve decked the halls, wrapped packages, and shopped till you dropped. But have you done everything to protect your dog from potential holiday hazards?
Patty Letawsky has. Her Christmas tree stands in a room that she can close off, hazardous plants like poinsettias sit high above curious noses, and there’s not a bit of tinsel — a potential choking hazard — in sight.
“An ounce of prevention equals a happy holiday, with no unexpected vet bills,” says the California resident and owner of rescued, mixed-breed dogs Jake, Malcolm, and Gus.
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