Archive for the ‘Pets and Young Ones’ Category

‘Tis the Season: A Guide to Keeping Your Pets Safe During the Holidays

The holiday season is a time of joy, celebration, and togetherness, but amidst the festivities, it’s crucial to consider the safety and well-being of our furry companions. From festive decorations to indulgent treats, the holiday environment can pose potential risks to our pets. Here’s a guide to ensure your pets stay safe and happy during this season of merriment. Deck the Halls with Pet-Friendly Caution 1. Christmas Trees and Decorations The twinkling lights and ornaments adorning the Christmas tree can be enticing to pets. Ensure that your tree is securely anchored to prevent any accidental toppling. Avoid using tinsel, as…

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6 Tips for Introducing Your Pet to Your New Baby

For many, their pet is their first “child.” You take good care of them, bring them to doctor appointments, make sure they eat balanced meals, and worry about them when they are not feeling well. Your furry companion is an important part of your family. When adding a baby to the family, despite a pet owner’s best efforts, the dynamics between humans and their pets will change.  It can be a confusing time for the family pet, who was once the center of your world, to suddenly receive less attention. As new parents, you may worry about how your pet…

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