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Pet Safety at the Holidays: A Guide to Protecting Your Pets During the Festive Season (Life Matters Book 10) Evelyn Trimborn

Pet Safety at the Holidays: A Guide to Protecting Your Pets During the Festive Season (Life Matters Book 10)

Evelyn Trimborn

Published December 1st 2013
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Kindle Edition
190 pages
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The holiday season can be deadly for pets if you do not take precautions to keep them safe. This guide discusses what you need to know to keep your pets protected amid the hustle and bustle of this busiest time of the year, when a moment ofMoreThe holiday season can be deadly for pets if you do not take precautions to keep them safe. This guide discusses what you need to know to keep your pets protected amid the hustle and bustle of this busiest time of the year, when a moment of carelessness can lead to illness and even death.Pets are NOT people. Many of the delicious treats that humans enjoy around the holidays can KILL if your dog or cat gets their paws on them. Even experienced pet owners can often miss dangerous items coming into their home during the holiday season, especially if they are given as gifts. They might also underestimate how well-behaved their normally low-key pet can be during holiday celebrations with lots of guests, food and drink.Many people also think that the holidays is the perfect time to get a new pet for the entire family to enjoy. The holidays are already stressful enough without adding even more work when you are already stretched thin in terms of time and money. With all the cooking, cleaning, and socializing, you are committed to, will any of you really have time for a new pet? And can you pet-proof the house enough to be sure your happy new animal can stay safe and well?The first step in getting a new pet is to be as prepared for it as possible. In this guide, you will learn:+ The best ways to plan ahead if you are thinking of adopting a pet+ Why a pet is a bad present at the holidays in most cases+ Special toilet training considerations if you live in an area with wintry weather around the holidays+Special considerations if you live in an area with summery weather at the holidaysNew pet owners eager to give the best care possible to their new pet will want to learn these essentials sooner rather than later, to keep their pet safe at the holidays.What if you have to go out of town to visit family and friends? Will you take your pet with you? How pet-proof is the place you will be staying? A hotel or motel might pose a few challenges, but staying with relatives can bring with it a great deal of risk you will need to be vigilant about at all times.Have you budgeted for pet care if you have to leave them behind? Have you found the right boarding facility? Or are you going to have someone stay in your home with them, or keep them in their home? Learn the pros and cons of each of these care situations to help decide which is safest and most sensible for your pet.In this guide, you will also learn:+ How to prepare for traveling with your pet+ A checklist of the best way to find a safe boarding facility for your pet+Lists of foods and drinks at the holidays that are hazardous to dogs and catsand much more.The holidays can pose many perils for pets. Use this guide and the downloadable worksheets and other resources provided to care for the pets you have or are planning to get so that you can all stay safe during the Christmas, Hanukka and Kwanzaa.Best of all, you are helping animals just by buying this guide: All the profits go directly to NYAbandonedAngels.com.TABLE OF CONTENTSABOUT THE AUTHORSTHE CHARITY AND CAUSE WE ARE CONTRIBUTING TODEDICATIONINTRODUCTIONCHAPTER 1: SEASONAL PERILS FOR PETS: FOOD, DRINK AND OTHER CONSUMABLESCHAPTER 2: SEASONAL PERILS FOR PETS: DECORATIONSCHAPTER 3: COPING WITH COLD WEATHER AT THE HOLIDAYSCHAPTER 4: COPING WITH HOT WEATHER AT THE HOLIDAYSCHAPTER 5: HOLIDAY ADOPTION CONSIDERATIONSCHAPTER 6: PET ADOPTION HINTS AND TIPS&l