Plan to protect your pup from dog holiday dangers. Common holiday dangers include food, parties, decorations, and travel.
Turn holiday leftovers into pet food instead of allowing your pup a few table scraps here and there. Understand which foods are safe.
This year, make a New Year’s resolution both you and your dog can enjoy. Spend more time together — take walks, car rides and run errands.
When preparing for the holidays — whether parties or long-stay guests, be sure you make time to use training to ensure good canine holiday behavior.
Protect your dog from holiday food dangers including bones, chocolate, nuts, alcohol, raisins and grapes, and garlic and onions.