Vital Holiday Safety Tips For Your Pets (VIDEO)

Of course we all know chocolate is hazardous to your pet, especially around holidays when it is commonly exchanged as a gift or stuffed in a stocking. But what about sugar-free candy, tinsel, glass ornaments and mistletoe? These are just a few of the lesser-known, but very real dangers around your house thatASPCA Veterinarian Dr. Emily Pointer shares in this video by All For Animals.

With visuals and chock-full of easily digestible facts, this will quickly become your go-to guide for adorning your home this holiday to keep your furry friends safe. So take a look and decorate with care as you gather your family (whiskered ones and all!) to celebrate this joyous time of year!

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32 comments

Carrie Anne Brown

thanks for sharing :)

Becky S.
Becky S.4 years ago

Thanks for the reminder

Neil T.
Neil Thoms4 years ago

Nice Video - i would also like to send this strong message out - please pass it on thanks !!!

ANY PETS YOU BUY IS FOR LIFE NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS ASK YOUR SELF DO YOU WANT A PET -DONT KICK THEM OUT BECOUSE ITS CHRISTMAS THERE FOR LIFE
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE IT IF SOME ONE KICKED YOU OUT YOUR HOUSE ASK YOUR SELF THAT !! NOT NICE !!

peggy p.
peggy p.4 years ago

such a good reminder....heaven sent

Mirella N.
Mirella J.4 years ago

thanks :)

Melissa Franklin
Melissa Franklin4 years ago

thanks for the great reminder to keep our pets safe!!!!

Jeanne M.
Jeanne M.4 years ago

We don't use tinsel on the tree - chocolate is in a high cupboard. The rest of it, old Merlipup pretty much ignores.

karen o.
karen o.4 years ago

Thanks!! Shared it with friends on FB!

Caitlin G.
Caitlin G.4 years ago

Thank you! :)

Lydia W.
Lydia S.4 years ago

Thanks so much !