By dr. Norette L. Underwood
Fall: Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips
Keeping Thanksgiving Happy: 10 Pet Safety Tips
Thanksgiving is such a wonderful and meaningful holiday. Families and friends excitedly gather to show their gratitude for all they are so fortunate to have. Ovens are working overtime and delicious holiday aromas fill the air.
During this happy time of family, food and giving, people tend to become overly generous with their pets. This means that dogs and cats will get a lot of table food scraps. Sometimes, however, too many treats can lead to injury or illness for our pets.
North Shore Animal League America would like to offer some important tips to help keep your pets safe this holiday – and to keep the “Happy” in Thanksgiving!
Please be careful with your pets during this holiday season. If you have questions about your pet contact Dr. Norette L. Underwood of Trumann Animal Clinic and Best Friends Vet Mobile Service at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Pet Tips
By Dr. Norette L. Underwood
Brrrr—it’s cold outside! With our temperatures getting ready to drop for old man winter, the following guidelines will help you protect your companion animals when the mercury dips.
Make sure your companion animal has a warm place to sleep, off the floor and away from all drafts. A cozy dog or cat bed with a warm blanket or pillow is perfect. If you have questions about winter weather and your pet, contact Dr. Norette L. Underwood of Trumann Animal Clinic and Best Friends Vet Mobile Service at email@example.com