CHRISTMAS TREE PET SAFETY TIPS FOR A PAWSITIVELY PURRFECT (AND SAFE) HOLIDAY!
December has arrived and the holiday season is in full swing. Christmas trees are going up in homes all over the Greater Charlotte area. The holiday season is a joyous time for many, but it can also be a dangerous time for our curious furry friends. If you have pets in your home, it's important to know how to keep your pets safe. Christmas trees, both live and artificial, can pose a variety of hazards to your pets. Why risk ruining a happy holiday season by taking chances with your pets' well-being?
EASY-TO-FOLLOW CHRISTMAS TREE PET SAFETY TIPS: INFOGRAPHIC
By the way, did you know that hanging lemon-scented car air fresheners in the tree could deter your cat from climbing it?
MORE CHRISTMAS TREE SAFETY TIPS FOR PETS: VIDEO
Don't forget to have a pet emergency plan in place. This should include easily available contact information for your veterinarian and animal poison control "just in case."
Wishing You And Your Pets A Pawsitively, Purrfectly Merry (And Very Safe) Christmas!
These tips for Christmas tree pet safety from dogster and catster (where you can find more holiday safety tips) are provided by Nina Hollander with Coldwell Banker Realty, Greater Charlotte pet-friendly residential real estate expert and pet parent.
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