Itís true that thereís no time more magical than the yuletide season. The moment the first snowflakes reach the ground, many people would instantly feel that wonderful vibe of Christmas, and would immediately start planning for holiday parties, gift shopping, and get-togethers. But the holidays arenít for people only. Theyíre also for our lovable pets. Celebrating this time of the year with them should not only be fun but also safe. Here are some ideas on how to make your Christmas and New Year happy and safe for your family and pets.
Some pets are allergic to fresh Christmas trees. Itís a good idea to sample your chosen evergreen and put that in your house for a few days, letting your pet sniff into it. If there are no adverse allergic reactions, then go for it. The right placement of decors is also something that you should keep in mind. Smaller trees should be set up on top of a table thatís out of your petís reach. The same is true for other decors. Some decors are made of materials that are toxic for pets when ingested.
Another thing to keep in mind is the food. No Christmas party will be complete without a grand setup of a food banquet. However, you should remember that many of the foods that we love to devour might not be safe for pets. Take chocolate for example. This much-loved dessert can cause food poisoning in animals, and should therefore never be given to them. Donít leave any food lying around the house even after a party.
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