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Spring has sprung and with the change of season our thoughts inevitably turn to Easter celebrations, spring cleaning and much-needed home improvement projects. But the new balmy weather can prove not-so-sunny for curious pets-or their unwitting parents.

This article explains that if you are planning to bring holiday plants into your home this year… this season you will need to know which plants are safe, which should be kept out of your pet’s reach and which should be avoided entirely.

Above picture is of my Aunt Gin's Maltipoo. Pumpkin's 1st Thanksgiving “2014” 

 

This article describes the safety tips and foods pet owners should purposely stay away from sharing with their pets on Thanksgiving. Since more than 85 percent of pet owners consider their dogs and cats to be part of the family chances are you will be tempted to share some “loving from the oven”…

 

 

 

This article explains the great health benefits and safety tips of adding Pumpkin to your pet’s diet. The above picture is of my own dog Gigi who is 13 years old. She absolutely loves pumpkin and I give it to her daily with her meals.  

 

 

This article describes information on how we can keep our pets safe on Halloween.

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