As Easter weekend is upon us I want to pass on a few safety tips for your furry kids.
Firstly, Lily's are toxic to cats so keep them away from your feline friends.
The Easter Bunny often delivers lots of goodies including chocolate which is very toxic to dogs, especially dark chocolate. Make sure all candy is kept well out of reach of your dogs as well as cats.
With Easter holidays, we often gets lots of visitors dropping by. If you have indoor cats, be sure to keep them safely away from open doors and ask visitors to close doors quickly behind them. If your cats or dogs are skittish around a lot of people, keep them safely sequestered in another room or in their crates.
Although the Easter dinner is a wonderful delectable delight for us humans, many of the foods served are inappropriate for our pets. Ask guests not to feed your animals table scraps even if they are giving them the big brown eye look.
It is wonderful to share holidays with our "furry kids" but keeping them safe and healthy is always the number one priority. Be sure to keep that in mind and have a wonderful weekend.