Light the Menorah: Pet Safety Tips for Hanukkah

Hanukkah brings to mind the beautiful, soft glow of the menorah, delicious food, and games and gifts. Gathering together with our loved ones is also one of the best ways to observe the holiday. Of course, we want to share the season with our pets, but some of these traditions could pose a safety hazard for them.

The team at Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital has compiled these pet safety tips for Hanukkah to ensure your holiday is safe, fun, and relaxing for your whole family, including your pets.


Prevent an Emergency With Our Holiday Pet Safety Guide

It’s hard to imagine that a season dedicated to celebrating life, family, health, and happiness might have dire consequences. The truth is, however, the holidays can put a curious pet in absolute peril. While owners commonly seek to include their family pet in the festivities, ignoring the basic tenets of holiday pet safety can be sheer folly.

Setting the Scene

We love the holidays and enjoy offering tips for winter safety and how to have a pet friendly holiday. However, we also know the holidays are incredibly demanding of your time and attention, and it’s hard for a pet to compete. To get a firm handle on holiday pet safety, your pet’s needs should remain a top priority with adherence to everyday routine.

How to Make Your Holidays Pet Friendly

Begging for the Holiday FeastNow that you’ve made it through Halloween, it’s time to turn our attention to the holidays! Before you break out the tinsel, however, keep in mind there are some things you should do to keep the holidays pet friendly.

Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital wants to remind owners that this season can be wonderful for our four-legged family members with a little preparation and common sense.