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Holiday Hazards From the Veterinarians at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Chocolate Yeast dough Macadamia nuts Raisins and grapes Avocado Coffee Alcoholic Beverages Antifreeze Liquid potpourris Ice melts Electrical cords Holiday decorations Batteries Human Cough/Cold/Flu medicines Easter, stargazer and tiger lilies Christmas cact! us Mistletoe American holly Christmas tree preservative Acorns Why is it unsafe for dogs to ride with their heads out of the window? Drs. Foster & Smith tell us why
Christmas Is A'comin' - Give Some Thought To Pet Safety, from the Great Pyrenees library. A must read for every caring dog owner this time of year.
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BREAD DOUGH A NO-NO FOR DOGS AND CATS As the holidays descend upon us, there'll be many cooks in the kitchen--but don't spoil your pet by giving him bread dough. According to Jill A. Richardson, DVM, of the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC), when bread dough is ingested, an animal's body heat causes the dough to rise in the stomach. As alcohol is produced during the rising process, the dough expands. Pets who've eaten bread dough may experience abdominal pain, bloat, vomiting, disorientation and depression.
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