One of the most preventable sources of pet poisoning is the food we give our pets(or leave within reach). Like humans, dogs don’t always eat what’s good for them, but unlike humans, they may not recognize what is truly dangerous.
Your cat knows every inch of your world, and every detail of your daily routine. Move a table, or sleep late and your cat KNOWS. Their world is one of order and routine. Even the smallest of changes gets noticed. Here come the holidays and with them your pet’s stress level is likely to go sky high.
Holidays are a time of celebration, gathering with family, special meals, entertaining friends, decorating, a time of joy. In planning your holiday, take a bit of time and make sure that you’re not creating risks to your dog’s health and wellbeing.
Thanksgiving dinner is a family event, and more than 50% of families share some portion of their meal with their canine members. The good news is that you can serve a healthy Thanksgiving dinner to your dog and make them part of the holiday celebration.
How old is your dog? You immediately reply with human years, but dogs age faster. Large breeds age faster than small breeds, but for all of us comes the day when you see a grayer muzzle, a limp in the step, a slower response to your call.