Fun Ways To Celebrate the Holidays With Your Pet 

The holidays are about family, friends, and celebrating the season with those we love most. And of course, this includes our pets. The season wouldn’t be the same without them, but if you find yourself rushing to one party after another, shopping till you drop, and falling head first into the holiday hustle and bustle, your loving pet may feel a little left behind. 

Instead, the team at  Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital has come up with some fun ways to celebrate the holidays with your pet (while keeping them happy and healthy at the same time)!

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Happy Holiday Safety for Exotic Pets 

Safety for pets around the holiday season is always a topic of conversation at Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital. Oftentimes, our less traditional pets (think feathered, winged, or scaled) are left out of things. Holiday safety for exotic pets is important, too. Read on for our best pointers for a happy season for all animals, great and small. 

Special Holiday Safety for Exotic Pets

Holiday safety for exotic pets is of particular concern, after all, these unique critters are often forgotten when it comes to public education.

During the holiday season, don’t forget that:

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Mozzarella, Cottage, and Roquefort: Can Pets Eat Cheese (and Should They)?

Can pets eat cheese?

We’re all tempted by delicious foods, but few are as satisfying to eat as cheese. Whether it’s goat, cow, sheep, yak, donkey, or camel, world milk production yields tons of sweet, salty, fatty cheeses. Aside from people, animals also show great interest in this savory, creamy, delicately-flavored dairy product. But just because most pets eat cheese, does that mean they should?

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Furry Celebrations: Your Guide to Creating a Pet-Friendly Thanksgiving

A pet-friendly Thanksgiving is part of responsible pet ownership

Thanksgiving is one of the most cherished holidays in America, and what’s not to love? Of course, our pets also want to get in on the action, but with so many potential risks to their health (toxic people food, stress, etc.), it can be daunting to try to include them.

At Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital, we understand your desire to spend the holiday with your furry family member. That’s why we’ve put together a few tips to have the best pet-friendly thanksgiving celebration.

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