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It is that time of year once again when the decorations go up and the house begins to smell like a festive concoction of fir trees, gingerbread and cinnamon. It is so easy to get swept up in the festive fun and loose sight of the new dangers arising for your pet. Although the day is a perfect time to relax with friends and family, here are a few reminders on what to look out for to keep this Christmas safe and stress free.
· Chocolate: Chocolate is toxic to dogs. The darker the chocolate, the more dangerous it becomes. Keep any chocolate out of reach from your pet (more for you to enjoy that way anyway). If you would like to give your pet a festive treat, why not try the Bark Bites Christmas range and get 10% off your order using code “TRACKER10” at www.thebarkbites.co.uk
· Other Toxic Foods: Other festive treats can be toxic to dogs too such as grapes, Christmas pudding, mice pies, onions, macadamia nuts and alcohol.
· Festive Gardens: Some of the stunning festive plants can cause upset to your dogs health, these include poinsettia, holly, mistletoe, pine needles and ivy.
The Animal Tracker Website now has a customer exclusive shop filled with items you could get your dog as a Christmas treat! Including all natural soap bars, split antlers, lick matts, LED collar lights and much more. To purchase visit www.animaltracker.co.uk and log in to your Animal Tracker account.
Finally the Peddymark team would like to wish you all a….
Very Merry Christmas!