In the News
The holiday season is traditionally a time to share love, friendship, and gifts with our friends and family. In recent years, we have seen people expand that generous spirit to include their beloved pets, and we thought it would be appropriate to discuss some of the best holiday gifts for our pets and some to avoid.
This month we give thanks for our friends and family, including our furry companions. As we all join around the Thanksgiving table to fill our stomachs, we need to be sure our pets are not enjoying their own meal in the kitchen garbage or off the kitchen counters. We receive many phone calls this time of year for dogs (and cats!) that have ingested turkey bones, sticks of butter, desserts and rising dough, just to name a few.