Pet Proof Your Holidays
December is, hands down, the most hectic time of year. From making the round of holiday parties (and hosting your own), to hitting ten malls a weekend to get your gift shopping done, it’s enough to make the most organized person just a wee bit frazzled, forgetful, and careless.
And that can pose a serious hazard to one you love very much - your cat and your dog.
"We see an increased number of calls related to pet poisoning between Thanksgiving and New Year's," says Dr. Tina Wismer, medical director at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
Clip and save these year-end pet safety tips—and post them where you’ll see them daily as you go about your happy holiday rounds.
Rona Cherry has written about health and wellness for The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Ladies’ Home Journal, Vegetarian Times, and many other publications. She was the editor-in-chief of several national magazines, including Fitness and Longevity. Check out her website here! (www.ronacherryassociates.com)
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