Pet Proofing Articles
There are many potential hazards that our pets have a higher likelihood of being exposed to during the holidays. To help you remember how to best care for your pet this season, here are the 12 Disasters of Christmas to ensure you keep your “true love” safe, healthy and happy.
The holiday season continues as we finish out the year. I have some additional tips to share on decorations and gifts that are fun and safe for your four-legged family members.
It may only be December 4, but many of us put up our Christmas trees a week ago. We know the stockings will soon be hung on the mantle, and our homes will slowly turn into a glittery, holiday tinsel town between now and the end of December. Yet all of the decorations and Christmas festivities bring a whole new world, which can be quite dangerous, for your pet to explore. We wanted to bring you a few helpful hints for keeping your decorations, tree, parties, and gifts safe for your pets.
The holidays often bring lots of visitors to your home. Whether you are having a holiday party or just entertaining a few guests, pets can find the situation overwhelming and become anxious or frightened. Consider your pets when planning holiday get-togethers and plan the most effective, least stressful ways for you and your pet to manage the event.
By Lindsey Hughes, PetSafe Content Specialist It’s almost your pet’s favorite time of year! No, not summer. I’m talking about the holiday season. With Thanksgiving feasts just around the corner, we’re sure your pal’s mouth is already watering. Just think about all that delicious turkey and pie your...