With the holidays fast approaching, it' s important to be
aware of the danger that can come with feeding your pet
from the table. We all do it, even though we know better and
our vet tell s us not to! Remember less i s best if you insist on
sharing your holiday meal. Even foods on the SAFE list can
cause significant gastrointestinal upset which is no fun for
anyone. This is a list of foods commonly found at holiday
Foods with Xylitol
Foods high in salt
What should you do if your pet eats something poisonous?
Call your Vet or the Pet Poison Hotline @ 855-764-7661 immediately. Keep this number
handy- the sooner you get help the better off your pet will be. It is also a good idea to
keep hydrogen peroxide on hand just in case your vet or the helpline instruct you to
induce vomiting. This will depend on what your pet has eaten and is not always
beneficial so always get professional medical advice before treating your pet.