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Christmas lights, tinsel, glass decorations and the Christmas tree itself; these are all sights and sounds of the holidays and they can be dangerous for our dogs and cats. Dogs and cats are curious; when we set up the tree, decorate it and turn on the lights that’s something they will want to explore.
Dog and cat may have been on Santa’s nice list all year long, but they may get on the naughty list once you set up that bright, shiny tree.
What are some of the seasonal hazards we need to protect our pets from?
Here are a few:
The holidays are fun an exciting for everyone including our pets. It’s up to us, as pet parents, to do all we can to make sure our pets don’t suffer any illnesses or injuries because of these seasonal holiday hazards.
The second part of our holiday safety series will cover keeping your pets safe from holiday foods and keeping them comfortable during a potentially stressful holiday season.
Robbi Hess is a full-time pet blogger and multi-published author. She shares her life with a diva Poodle, a goofy Goldendoodle, two Devon Rex, a senior ginger kitty and three reptiles!