Are you aware that there are numerous winter dangers that can affect our pets? Frozen paws, rock salt, low visibility, decorations, festive foods, and the general stress of the holidays can negatively impact the health of our canine and feline companions.
Fortunately, there are steps you (the safety-savvy pet owner) can take to prevent your furry friend from experiencing a variety of health hazards associated with winter (or you could just move to Southern CA, like me).
In this month's Pet Place Podcast, Laura Bennett (Embrace Pet Insurance CEO & Co-Founder) and I discuss:
1. How does La Nina affect pets?
2. What does our vet want us to know about road tripping with pets?
3. How can we make holiday visits easier on our pets?
4. Are there any new trends in winter health issues in pets?
5. What cool new products or toys does our cat or dog want for Christmas (or your preferred gift-giving holiday)?
6. and more...
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Dr. Patrick Mahaney
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