Winter and Holiday Hazards
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cat framed in wreathWhen we think of the winter holidays our thoughts are of family, friends, delicious food, snow gently falling on the ground, music, and hopefully we have time for a bit of reflection. This is what we wish for you this holiday season. But as veterinarians, we are also aware that this can be a time of unexpected emergency room visits, and injured or sick pets. To help you keep the holidays and cold weather safe dog framed in wreathfor you and your pet, we've put together a bit of advice on these topics in the two articles: "Keeping the Holidays Happy and Safe for Your Pet" and "Cold Weather, Traveling and Outdoor Safety". Other articles listed below will provide a more in-depth discussion on topics discussed in the main two articles. We hope you will find this information interesting and helpful. 
Keeping the Holidays Happy and Safe for Your Pet

Why some Puppies Urinate when Excited or Meeting People

Is it True that Chocolate is Poisonous for Dogs and Cats?

Human Allergies to Dogs and Cats

Why Vets Check for String under the Tongue of a Vomiting Cat

Cold Weather, Traveling and Outdoor Safety

Is it True that Salt Hurts Pets' Feet?



Dog Houses: Their In's and Out's

Car Sickness and Fear of Driving in Pets

Restraining Your Pet While Traveling

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