The holidays are full of overindulgence, even for our pets. It may take a little effort on your part to ensure your pet has a healthy and safe holiday season.
Make sure any treats you give your pet are just that—pet treats, not human treats. If you decide to get goodies for your animal, be sure to dole out the treats slowly over time. Take these extras into account at mealtimes and reduce meal quantities accordingly.
Exercise is always good for you and your pet, so make time for a daily walk, too.
Festivities and decorations can also pose a health threat to your dog or cat. All cords should be well shielded and your tree should be anchored to prevent it from tipping over. All edible decorations should be placed out of reach. By taking these simple precautions, you can ensure that both you and your furry friend will enjoy this holiday season.
Article provided by Bluegreen Carpet & Tile Cleaning in Madison