New York, NY (PRWEB) December 27, 2005
The holidays are a time to decorate and share good times with friends and family. However, if you are a pet owner or become one during this time of year you must prepare. Petaholics offers pet owners some helpful hints for their pets to stay happy, healthy and stress free
Pet-Proof Your House of Hazardous Material:
Did you know that poinsettias can kill certain dogs if digested? The holidays can be a wonderful time of year. But for our four-legged furry friends, all of the extra food, chocolate, decorations and flowers means even more for them to get their noses into, and some can be very dangerous to their health. Petaholics owner, Jordan Kaplan can provide tips on how to “holidize” your home.
New Pet for the Holidays:
Often a pet is a gift for the holidays. Most animal experts warn against this time of year as adjusting to life with a pet takes time and adjusting an animal into your home during this busy time can be difficult and a painful transition. If you do receive a pet, Jordan Kaplan can provide concrete advise on how to make this transition seamless even in the busiest and most chaotic time of year.
Travel and Pets:
With the holidays comes travel. And with travel… what come of the pet. Whether traveling with your pet or preparing your pet to be watched by a friend, service or family member Petaholics expert offers up more advice on how to prepare your pet for your time away or that plane ride to Aunt Ruth’s.
Chaos and Preventing Bites:
Pets are creatures of habits. When both sides of the family come for a visit and the kids and everyone is fawning over the four legged loved one it can be an overwhelming and freighting experience for even the most docile of furry ones. Jordan can offer tips on preventing bites in kids.