BEWARE OF CHRISTMAS DANGERS
Beware of the Christmas dangers for your pet. The festive season brings excitement and commotion as we prepare for Christmas however to vet hospitals, Christmas and celebrations can mean a spike in admittance. What we humans don’t realize is our beloved pets may be exposed to hazards less commonly found other times of the year. Cats nibbling on Christmas decorations, dogs who over-indulge and eat too many treats, you name it. Christmas dangers for our pets can be a real problem involving hospital stays, costly treatments, lengthy recovers and possibly even death.
GOING HIKING WITH YOUR DOG
Going for a long walk around the local park is a great idea. It’s convenient, relaxing and can be done daily to keep your dog active and happy. Going on a hike – now that’s a lot of fun! It’s the best weekend activity, picking a dog-friendly hiking trail an hour or two away from home. Grab your dog and throw the essentials in the back we’ve got the guide to make it a great day trip. Here are some tips to getting the most out of a hike and bush walk with your pet.