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The turkey is in the oven, the halls are decked and the gifts are wrapped, but do you know where the cat is? With all the excitement of the holidays, sometimes we can lose track of our four-legged family members, only to find the cats chewing on the décor or the dog eating through the kitchen garbage after a family feast. The veterinary experts at Vetoquinol, who say that the holiday season is prime time for pet hazards, offer these helpful tips to keep pets safe:
Dos and Don'ts of Décor:
Food Faux Pas:
Please note: If your pet's health status or behavior changes suddenly in any way, call your veterinarian. He or she can help rule out any underlying medical issues as well as make additional recommendations.