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It's A Dog's Life - YOUR Dog's! Newsletter
December 15, 2011
Save your dog's life with dog first aid!
Whether you're new to dog ownership, or a long-time friend; have a puppy, or care for a senior dog; own a purebred, or a cross from the rescue center; regardless of your situation, your dog is precious to you.
You want only the best for your dog, just like you want the best for every member of your family. This newsletter has the Dog Information and resources you need to give your dog the best -- the best of health, the best of safety, the best of lifelong well being.
With some prevention and some planning, you can keep your dog healthy and safe, for years to come.
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I have a page on the website that is for my readers to tell their dog story. My hope was to have people tell their story so it might help someone else with the same problem. But lately there has not been any activity on this page. Could you please look at this page and contribute something if you can.
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I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with those who are important to you.
For many, it's time to put up the holiday tree. I'd like to give you some tips to help make your tree pet safe.
If you have dogs you may realize how interested and curious they can be. Even though the tree is beautiful - it is full of possible dangers. I'd like to help prevent any problems your dog might have with the tree.
If you are thinking about putting up your tree, or if you just put it up, take a minute to look over the following pet safety tips for your holiday tree.
1. Choose the Right Spot.
2. Prepare the Area.
3. Secure the Tree.
4. Hide the Cords.
5. No Hooks.
6. Choose Safe Ornaments.
Thousands of pet injuries related to Christmas trees are treated every year. I have read on the internet everything from dogs eating the pine needles and chewing on cords to trees actually falling over on them.
It is really amazing to consider all the different problems that a holiday tree can cause. And it's even more amazing how our adorable pets just seem to seek out that trouble!
Last year I heard about an 8-year-old dog that had never bothered the tree before, but he chewed on a glass ball on one of the branches and cut his mouth badly.
He never bothered the tree in 8 years, and then boom - he decided to do something silly. If it happened to this dog, it could happen to your dog. So please make sure your tree is safe. The last thing you need during the holidays is an emergency trip to your vet.
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