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Micka Virtudazo

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Holidays are such a joy for the family. But for your furry family members? It can be a lot of stress if you're not able to prepare them well for all the holiday guests and routine changes!

"Your Dog will be fertile about 12 days after the bleeding slows and gets thinner and lighter."

While preparing for all the fun, your pets should also remain happy and healthy. Let these tips bring you and your furry buddy a stress-free holiday!

Assess his socialization skills.

Your house will be filled with guests your pet probably never remembers or never had an encounter with before. Before anything else, assess. You need to assess if your pet takes in guests in a relaxed manner or he shows fear/aggression whenever a stranger rings the doorbell. In this case, you will know when a confinement area is needed.

Keep your home safe.

Pets are curious and they will become so fixated on the things we bring home for the holidays like trees, wreaths, presents and decorations. It's our responsibility as pet parents to make sure these items are not easily knocked over/ easily reached by our pets. We also have to keep sharp items away from them to avoid them from swallowing it / hurting themselves in the long run.

Make sure your pet has an updated identification tag on or a microchip, to lessen stress if he were to go missing/run away. You also shouldn't ever leave your pet home alone for long periods of time; if you are going somewhere else to celebrate the holiday and leaving your pet at home, find your furry friend a reliable sitter or you can always bring him with you.

"Your Dog will be fertile about 12 days after the bleeding slows and gets thinner and lighter."