Although we've made it through Christmas, Hannukah, and New Year's Eve, some of the pet dangers associated with winter holidays still remain. After all, some people leave their decorations up for weeks to months post-holiday and others keep the party going well into the new year.
It's not just decorations that pose hazards to our pets, but holday foods, drinks, foliage, and day-to-day pattern changes all can negatively impact your pet's health. Additionally, there's much crossover in the strategies to keep pets safer over winter holidays that apply to all times of the year.
Want to learn more? Check out this article Pet Safety Tips for the Winter Holidays.
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