During the Holiday Season, we sometimes forget that our 4-legged friends and family cannot partake of the rich foods we bring to the table. Some of us know that it not okay but as we do even with our own diets, we rationalize, “A little bit won’t hurt Rover or Kitty”. Doing so is quite dangerous.
In addition, the holiday decorations we all love so much can be deadly to small pets. Dr. Lorie Huston, author of the Pet Health Care Gazette discusses Potential Household Risks for Pets During the Holidays in the article below.
GreeniesNashville, TN -The GREENIES® Brand has partnered with veterinarian Dr. Lorie Huston, author of the Pet Health Care Gazette and veterinary expert for petMD’s The Daily Vet, to share insights about the health hazards pet owners may not be aware of for pets during the holidays and tips on how to protect against themRead More
It’s that time of year… Our homes are full of Christmas spirit and yummy holiday smells! Why leave out our furry family members in all the holiday cheer? Add this dog friendly tasty treat to your list of cookies to make this holiday season:
3 ½ cups Whole Wheat Flour
2 Cups Oatmeal (uncooked)
1/2 Cup Milk
1 Cup Beef or Chicken Stock
¼ Cup Meat Drippings