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Poinsettias Aren't Poisonous, but There are Plenty of Christmas Dangers for Pets

Posted by cgoodwin , 18 December 2014 · 8 views

“Everybody knows poinsettias are poisonous.”

The news anchor stated these words so confidently that even I doubted myself for a moment. I was live on a national morning talk show discussing holiday hazards for pets when the subject of poinsettias came up.

“That’s what many pet owners believe, but it’s just not true.” For many years I’d been fighting...


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Heartwarming Stories for Your Holiday

Posted by cgoodwin , 16 December 2014 · 5 views

As we prepare for a new round of holidays, it seems an appropriate time to share some of the more heartwarming pet stories Pet Health Network has to offer. We hope these stories will put a smile on your face and that you’ll carry that feeling of bliss with you when you to spend time with your friends, your family and (of course) your pets this holiday sea...


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Cat and Dog Holiday Care

Posted by cgoodwin , 11 December 2014 · 6 views

The holidays are coming. Time to relax, celebrate, and to spend time with family and friends. Time to eat, exchange gifts, and eat some more. This is great for you and your crew, but what about your four-legged kids? After all, they too, are part of the family and you certainly don’t want to exclude them from the festivities. The fact is, if you’re not ca...


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Dr. Ruth's Purrrfect Holiday Gifts for Pets

Posted by cgoodwin , 09 December 2014 · 6 views

It isn’t always easy finding the purrrfect gifts for your pets. With so many cool products available, how is a pet parent to choose? To make shopping for your pets a little easier this holiday season, I wanted to share some of my and my pets’ favorite gift ideas.

Oski’s picks
As you can tell from my Facebook page , I love dressing up my photogenic Bo...


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Holiday Pet Dangers: How to Keep Your Pet Safe This Year

Posted by cgoodwin , 04 December 2014 · 6 views

The holidays are stressful enough without you having to worry about rushing your dog or cat to the ER on Christmas Eve, right?

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Before you put any presents below the Christmas tree, do your pet a favor – learn about the common holiday dange...


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Help! How Do I Keep My Cat Out of the Christmas Tree?

Posted by cgoodwin , 02 December 2014 · 4 views

Getting ready for the holidays and about to put your Christmas tree up? Keep in mind that the tree makes a tempting target for many curious cats . Here are some tips on how to pet-proof your Christmas tree.

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Consider the type of tree to buy
When it comes to buy...


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Help! How Do I Keep My Cat Out of the Christmas Tree?

Posted by cgoodwin , 02 December 2014 · 2 views

Getting ready for the holidays and about to put your Christmas tree up? Keep in mind that the tree makes a tempting target for many curious cats . Here are some tips on how to pet-proof your Christmas tree.

http://www.pethealth...ee139863468.jpg Consider the type of tree to buy
When it comes to buyin...


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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!!! #6

Posted by cgoodwin , 26 November 2014 · 56 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets! #5

Posted by cgoodwin , 25 November 2014 · 49 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!!! #4

Posted by cgoodwin , 24 November 2014 · 33 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...






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