Winter Pet Safety in Holmdel

Put winter pet safety at the top of your to-do list this season. Winter is hazardous enough for people, but it can also be dangerous for our four-legged family members. Our animal hospital sees pets for frostbite and other winter-related issues more often than you might think! From slipping and sliding on icy sidewalks to accidentally ingesting harmful snow and ice-melting compounds, it’s time to revisit all the potential risks your pet might face this winter and the ways you can deal with them. Know that you can always call to speak with your veterinarian or another member of our team if
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THANKSGIVING PET SAFETY IN HOLMDEL

If you have big plans for the holidays, be sure to put Thanksgiving pet safety at the top of your list! Our animal hospital in Holmdel regularly sees an influx of pets with tummy aches and other illnesses related to binging on food they really shouldn’t be having around this time of year. Whether you’re looking to share a few bites with your companion or have a pet with Houdini-like food-stealing skills, make sure you’re serving and storing all your Thanksgiving foods responsibly. Shareable Thanksgiving Foods Turkey – Cooked, plain turkey meat without the skin or bones is perfectly safe
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HALLOWEEN PET SAFETY FOR HOLMDEL PET PARENTS

Halloween is a unique holiday, and one that many of us enjoy! However, it also presents unique dangers to our pets, who don’t always understand that all the costumes and scary noises are actually nothing to fear. To help your pet and the family have a safe and happy Halloween, our animal hospital has put together some Halloween pet safety tips! Halloween Pet Safety Tips Costumes are fun to wear for the whole family, but they can cause some anxiety for your pets! Costumes change your appearance, shape, and even your smell, making it difficult for pets to recognize you.
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HELP YOUR PETS BEAT THE BACK TO SCHOOL BLUES

Tips for Managing Pet Separation Anxiety It’s back to school time for the students of Holmdel! That includes not just students, but teachers and administrative staff, too. While returning to school can be a bummer for kids and adults alike, pets feel the stress of this change much more acutely. With their human playmates and family members gone all day, dogs can develop severe anxiety that harms their emotional and physical well-being. Consult with our animal hospital to banish your pet’s blues and keep them happy day in and day out! Signs of Separation Anxiety in Pets Some of the
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