How to keep pets safe New Year's Eve
New Year’s Eve is celebrated by many people all over the world as we say goodbye to the old year and welcome in a new one. It’s also a time when many pets become frightened or anxious due to gatherings, loud music and the boom of fireworks. The number of pets that go missing from their home increases during this period as they become startled and run away. This infographic provides tips on how to make sure New Year’s Eve is enjoyable and safe for both you and your pet.
We keep sharing safety tips and warnings because we don't want anyone to have holiday emergencies or tragedies. Most of us have trees or plants and decorations and holidays food, drinks and treats around this time of year. Many of those things can pose risks for our pets. A few of these things are listed below. May you all enjoy your holiday season and stay safe!
Christmas Holiday Safety for Dogs
Some tips from Petsecure Most human foods aren't safe for dogs - even during the holidays. Pancreatitis is a condition frequently seen by vets during the holidays despite of their owners best efforts. What may seem like a ‘healthy scrap,’ is almost always too high in fat and salt for dogs and cats. Festive foods and drinks to avoid are: Onions and garlic Alcohol Fat trimmings Yeast dough (found in some buns) The following festive foods are safe in small amounts, without added
Safety tips from Petsecure about Cats and Christmas Trees.
1. Keeping your cat safe around the Christmas tree Cats are fascinated with Christmas trees – both real and artificial. As little hunters who like high places, we are bringing the outdoors into their home. Awesome smells? Check. Something to climb? Check. Something to chew and scratch? Check. Little creatures to bat and attack? Check. The highest kitty condo ever? Check. Really, Christmas trees are the best present you can ever give your cat! Why are some cats so fascin
Order deadline before Christmas
Important Notice to our Valued Clients Ordering prescriptions, food or other special orders before Christmas: Regular orders must be called in or emailed to us on or before Monday December 19 in order to have them here before the Christmas holiday. We will not be placing orders until January 4 2023 so please make sure you have enough supply to last! If you get prescriptions from the compounding pharmacy, they have told us the last date we can order from them and have the pr
Wolfville Animal Hospital To our valued clients: Holiday Hours SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24 CLOSED DECEMBER 25 & 26 & 27 CLOSED DECEMBER 28, 29, 30 OPEN REGULAR HOURS DECEMBER 31 OPEN 9:00- 12:00 NOON JANUARY 1 CLOSED, JANUARY 2 CLOSED TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2023 OPEN REGULAR HOURS 8:30-7:00 IN CASE OF A PET EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 902 542 3422 PRESS 9 TO REACH THE ON CALL DOCTOR.