Palmetto Pet Resort Offers Don’ts for Feeding at Halloween

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Palmetto Pet Resort reminds pet owners that there are certain foods typically seen as Halloween candy that pets should not eat. Pets are part of the family, and this often includes eating from the table once in a while. But with Halloween and Halloween candy right around the corner, there are a few things that pets should not be allowed to eat.

According to Palmetto Pet Resort & Pet Spa, these include chocolate, candy and gum, raisins, grapes, onions and garlic. Chocolate causes gastrointestinal and heart issues, while candy and gum containing Xylitol increases insuling and can lead to liver failure. Similarly, raisins and grapes can cause kidney toxicity, and onions and garlic will destroy red blood cells, thereby causing anemia.

Dog boarding prices range from $17 to $35, and cat boarding from $9 to $15 depending on the level of service. Dog grooming starting rates range from $35 to $75, and bath prices from $25 to $40. The final amount will depend upon the condition of the coat and the behavior of each dog. Palmetto Pet Resort & Pet Spa is located at 3236 Augusta Road in West Columbia, S.C. For more information on its services, call them at 803-791-7387 or visit

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Palmetto Pet Resort offers Columbia’s best full pet grooming and pet boarding services. Their bright and cheerful, state-of-the-art facility is completely air-conditioned, heated, and odor-free. They proudly serve premium pet food and treats. If pets are on a specific diet regimen, they will gladly serve any food pet owners bring. Their great indoor/outdoor play areas allow canine guests times for fresh air. Individual and approved group play times are designed for the animal’s entertainment and well-being. The professionals at Palmetto are open seven days a week and 365 days a year. For more information visit their website.

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