With Fall setting in, we need to be aware and prepared for what's best for our pets.
Be careful of the different items your pet can ingest: human food (Thanksgiving dinner off the table), candy, candles, plants, gifts, electric chords. Often Fall is the time for changing antifreeze in the vehicles. Make sure all containers holding that poison are sealed or even off the floor so our four-legged friends do not become tempted to drink it.
Cold weather means the need for fresh water always. You can purchase an electric water bowl that will keep the water from becoming a block of ice.
Good dog houses that trap the heat in are excellent like the Igloo brand, or insulate by adding cedar chips or straw or dry dog bedding. If the temperature drops below zero degrees, it's best to bring your pet into a garage area, patio or screened in porch. Be careful with space heaters as they can be a fire hazzard.
Holiday decorations can also be a source of problems for pets who like to get into them, so use your best judgement. Let's make this season fun and safe for everyone!
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