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As tempting as it might be to treat your pets to something extra over the holidays, you should be careful about what you’re feeding them.
There are several foods that could harm them. Decorations can also be a hazard.
Dr Jessica May, the lead vet at FirstVet, told Insider December is the month they receive the highest number of calls from worried pet owners.
She gave Insider a list of the foods and other festive items you should be careful about leaving around when you have an animal.
With dogs, it’s mostly food you have to worry about. Whereas with cats and small rodents, it’s the decorations that will get them in trouble.
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The festive holidays are time for everyone to over-indulge. But if you’re going to treat your pet to something extra this year, there are some foods you should avoid because they are not good for our furry friends’ health.

Dr Jessica May, the lead vet at FirstVet, told Insider December is the month they receive the highest number of calls from worried pet owners.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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