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DogFriendly.com's December 2003 Newsletter 
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Happy Holidays!

Wishing you and your dogs a safe and happy holiday. We look forward to finding many more new and exciting places for your and your pet to visit in 2004!


Holiday Tips for Pets

- Pets can become stressed during the holidays, especially if you do not take them for regular walks or runs due to visitors or a hectic schedule. Try to stick close to your regular schedule if possible.

- If people and especially young children visit your house during the holidays, remind them that your pet needs his or her space. A dog that is not used to being hugged or constantly pet by small children or even adults, may lose patience if not given enough space.

- Chocolate and other candy are not good for pets and should not be given to dogs. Dark chocolate is especially toxic for pets. Give your vet a call if your dog accidentally eats chocolate.

For more helpful holiday tips for pets, please visit the San Diego Humane Society's web site.

 


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