As Halloween approaches, something all pet parents should consider the kind of treats their pets can and cannot have. Unfortunately, your pet can’t dip their paw into the candy bowl as yummy candy poses a unique threat to pets. Of all types of candy, chocolate is the biggest concern, but others, including raisins/grapes and sugar-free candies containing xylitol, are also harmful to your pet.
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As the leaves turn and temperatures begin to dip, we celebrate the arrival of autumn. While you're savoring pumpkin-spiced everything and planning outdoor adventures with your pet, there's one pesky problem that could dampen your pet's fall experience – ear mites. They may not be scary at first, but they can make a big impact on your pet’s health and well-being.
It’s spooky season! Time for ghouls, goblins, and good times. With all the excitement that comes with the Halloween season, be sure to have your pet ready for all the spooks and screams. Follow these steps so your pet enjoys a fun day full of just treats – not tricks:
As autumn sets in with its crisp air and changing leaves, pet owners and nature enthusiasts alike need to remain vigilant. While the season offers its own unique beauty, it also comes with the increased risk of flea and tick infestations, making prevention all the more important. Don’t be fooled by the sweater weather, your pet still needs to keep up on their routine flea and tick prevention.