Safety Tips for Your Pets
on Valentine’s Day
The whole world celebrates love on Valentine’s Day, and this is the time many of them receive large bouquets of flowers, chocolates, candies, pastries, etc. Some pet owners also celebrate Valentine’s Day with their pets, but treating dogs to chocolates or pastries can be harmful, as they contain a lot of sugar.
Also, if you have placed the flower bouquet on a table stand or some other place where it is accessible to your dog, he is sure to smell it and may try to get a taste of it. It is suggested to be careful of the roses with thorns or flowers like lilies, which are poisonous for your dog.
If you want to gift something to your dog, there are several pet-safe treats you can give him. Many people consider gifting a puppy or a kitten as a gift on Valentine’s Day to their loved ones, but that is never a good idea. You never know if the person has enough time or energy to take care of the pet. Pets are like children and taking care of them is a full-time job.
Click here for more detail regarding these safety tips for pets on Valentine’s Day.
Many thanks to TopDogTips.com for allowing us to use their Safety Tips for Your Pets infographic.
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