posted: by: THEPLAINSVETERINARYHOSPITAL@GMAIL.COM Tags: "Clinic Specials" "News" 


Your veterinary office hours may change due to the holiday season, so make sure that you have called in to get all your pet's medications and have picked them up.

Make boarding reservations now, to save your pet's space.

Vaccinate now, for boarding in a few weeks.

Have emergency numbers available for your pet sitter as well as making arrangements with your Veterinary Office so your pet's can get treatment .
               ( a written permission waiver/release for treatment.)

Having a big holiday party? keep pets safe in an "out of the way"room, or board them.....  with your doors opening multiple times, it may be safer for your pets and the people. 

Some people food can be toxic and even deadly to your pets - make sure all your holiday guests know not to feed your pets from the table.
Make sure your pet doesn't have any access to treats, especially those containing chocolate, xylitol, grapes/raisins, onions, decorated treats or potpourri. 

Keep holiday plants (especially holly, mistletoe, poinsettias, and lilies) out of reach of pets.