Lights, decorations, good food…every year, as we celebrate the holidays, we fill our homes with seasonal cheer for ourselves and our families. However, what may seem beautiful and harmless to us may pose hidden dangers to our pets. Don't let an emergency spoil the festivities! Below are some common holiday hazards for dogs and cats and how to prevent them.
In many cases, if your pet has eaten or drunk something toxic, warning signs will include gastrointestinal problems, such as vomiting and diarrhea. Other signs may include tiredness and lack of appetite, especially in cats that have eaten lilies. If your pet shows any of these signs, or if you think he or she has eaten something dangerous but is not showing any signs yet, please call us right away. Treating your pet as soon as possible is essential!
We will be glad to answer any questions you have about your pet's health. Let's work together to make sure your entire family has a happy, healthy holiday season!
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For more tips on keeping your pet safe, just visit our practice website at http://www.abac.vetsuite.com and click on "Pet Portal LOG IN." We look forward to hearing from you.
Here's wishing you a happy and safe holiday season. View your holiday ecard.
Dr Fulmer and the staff of Apalachicola Bay Animal Clinic
Apalachicola Bay Animal Clinic
187 Hwy 98 West
East Point, FL, 32328
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