1. Secure The Holiday Tree The tree itself, as well as the surrounding Christmas decorations, can be dangerous and even deadly in some cases, according to vets and pet safety experts. Try placing the tree in a tall pot or up on a high pedestal to make it harder for pets to tip the tree…

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Halloween is not cancelled, Houstonians will just be celebrating it differently this year! For many that means creating their Halloween magic at home. Although Halloween is filled with light-hearted tricks and treats, it’s important to keep safety in mind for every member of the family—including your pets. Halloween can pose a number of potential safety…

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It’s important to make sure our pups have all the attention they need. Unfortunately, busy days with work, family, and household responsibilities can sometimes keep us from giving them that special time. Limited interaction and activity can lead to feelings of guilt for you as well as some not-so-nice behaviors in your pup. If this…

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