Thanksgiving is on its way and the Christmas and New Year festivities aren’t far behind. For many, Holidays are an exciting time filled with family, friends, and of course, food. Your house may be a little more crowded than usual or you may even be traveling. So what does all this mean for your canine companion? Here are a few tips to help make the Holidays fun and safe for you and Fido.
Create a Safe Haven
This probably sounds like a given, but it’s worth mentioning. Your dog may do well in crowds, but it’s always a good idea to designate a spot just for them when things get a little chaotic around the house. Create a ‘time-out’ zone and put their bed or crate in a quiet room so they’ll have a spot to snuggle up if they’re anxious or just need to rest.
Chocolate, Grapes, and Onions, Oh My! Food Dos and Don’ts
It’s known that chocolate is not safe for dogs, but did you know that grapes, raisins and onions are also bad news? Bones are a major doggie health hazard …