Happy Holidays! The holiday season is upon us and with that comes excitement and fun to enjoy with your loved ones. It's easy to forget your pups safety during the hustle and bustle of the holidays so we've created this list to help keep you and your pup safe this year!
Keep Decorations Out of Paws Reach. Who doesn't love a home boasting with holiday cheer? A lot of holiday decorations and plants can be poisonous to your pup. It's best to keep all decorations like mistletoe, poinsettias, snow globes and ornaments out of paws reach.
Peace for your Pup. The holidays usually include a lot of hosting and entertaining company in your home. Some dogs may enjoy hosting by your side but don't forget that new people or a large group of people can be over stimulating for a dog. Make sure to have a safe space prepared for your pup to retreat to when you're entertaining this holiday season.
Treats are not Always Treats. Candy canes, special chocolates, pies and more...these are a few of our favorite holiday treats! Remember that human treats are not safe for your dog, plan ahead and have dog friendly treats ready for when your pup may want to snag something sweet off your plate.
Don't let Santa Forget Fido. No matter which holiday you may celebrate don't forget to surprise your pup with something special this holiday season. Anything from special treats, to a new toy, or if you're looking to truly surprise your pup give him a new safe haven this season by buying a ZenCrate!
New Year's New Noise. New Years Eve is always a fun and exciting celebration but remember no matter how old your dog is the sounds of celebration on New Years can be very stressful. When fireworks start blaring off late into the night, we recommend keeping in mind these tips to reducing pet anxiety on New Years Eve.
We wish you and your loved ones (furry and human alike) a very happy holidays!