$25 on all adult animals in the month of June at the SPCA of Texas’ Dallas Animal Care Center, the Ellis County Animal Care Center, and in foster. Can’t adopt? Foster an animal in need!
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This fall feast means stuffing yourself with great food and surrounding yourself with friends and family. Your pets are definitely a part of your family, but the Thanksgiving meal can present a number of dangers to your pet – here are a few to watch out for.
· Yeast dough
· Raisins or grapes
· Xylitol (sweetener found in baked goods)
· Pie filling – too much sugar!
· Raw eggs or meat
The best way to keep your pet safe is to keep them well away from the dining table, kitchen and garbage bins! Make sure to instruct your guests not to feed your pets food from the table – even better, let them know why!
What you CAN give your pet is PUMPKIN! While not many holiday delights are safe for pets, pumpkin is actually great for them! Pure, canned pumpkin (not pie filling) is a low-calorie, nutrient-packed treat for both cats and dogs that is filling and tasty! Just make sure to keep portion sizes moderate, comparable to your pets’ size.
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