Thursday, November 21, 2013

About Pets: Thanksgiving Safety for Pets

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From Alyson Burgess, your About Pets Editor
The holidays are sneaking up on us faster than some of us would like to admit! That's right, it's Thanksgiving time -- and like all pet owners, you will want to make sure that your animal companion stays safe during the festivities. Check out the tips from About's Pet Experts below to make sure that your pet has a safe and happy holiday.

Holiday Safety for Your Dog
Sneaking a bite or two of popular Thanksgiving foods to your dog can mean big trouble if you aren't careful. Read on to learn how to play it safe when treating your pooch.
Search Related Topics:  dog safety  dog care  dog toxins

Molasses Cookie Horse Treats
Your horse or pony doesn't have to be entirely left out of the Thanksgiving celebration -- while you're busy in the kitchen, whip up a batch of these tasty treats for your friend!
Search Related Topics:  feeding your horse  safety with horses  horse care

Should Your Pets Stay Home or Go With You?
Many people will be traveling to be with family this Thanksgiving, and that leaves a big question as to what to do with family pets. Get some insight in this article from About.com's Veterinary Medicine Expert.
Search Related Topics:  traveling with pets  pet sitters  boarding pets

Holiday Fish Care
If you are one of the thousands of aquarium owners who will be traveling for the holidays, get some tips here for making sure that your fish will be okay in your absence.
Search Related Topics:  fish health  feeding fish  good first fish


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