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12 Pet Safety Tips For Christmas

Discussion in 'Dog Blogs' started by The Lazy Pit Bull, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. Happy Holidays, friends! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but did you know that it’s also a dangerous time for pets if we don’t do everything we can to protect them from the hazards of the season? It’s true!

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    Do you know how to keep your pets safe among all the decorations, food, and hustle and bustle of the busy holidays? Take a peek at these 12 pet safety tips for Christmas, and then we’ll chat some more below.

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    As you can see, there are definitely a lot of ways that our furry friends can get into trouble during the holidays, but being aware of the dangers and planning in advance can make a huge difference and even save lives. It only takes a moment to protect your pet.

    And it bears repeating: it’s never a good idea to give a pet as a holiday gift. The holidays are a busy, stressful time, and that’s never a good situation to bring a pet into a new home. Wait until after the chaos settles down, and then consider adding a furry new family member to your pack.

    Your turn: do you have any tips or tricks for keeping pets safe during the holiday season? I’d love for you to share them in a comment below!

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