Party Hazards for Pets
Are you hosting a party with friends or family soon? If you own a pet, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety in mind! Learn about some of the most common party hazards for pets from a Greenville, SC veterinarian:
Parties tend to present a variety hazardous foods for our animal friends, including chocolate, candy, gum, avocado, onions, garlic, chives, leeks, scallions, shallots, salty items, fatty foods, and much more. To be safe, keep your pet far away from any and all human foods—feed them their normal diet instead.
Will your gathering include adult beverages? Keep in mind that alcohol of all types—liquor, wine, beer, champagne, and even foods cooked with alcohol—can prove hazardous to pets. Alcohol can poison animals even in small amounts, so watch all drinks with a sharp eye.
Stress and Anxiety
When guests come to your home, it can cause undue stress to your animal friend. If necessary, set up a “safe zone” in a quiet back room for your pet, complete with a bed, blankets, and a few favorite toys. Lead your animal friend here once guests begin arriving.
Call your Pet Clinic Greenville, SC for more safety tips.