A reminder from 2019 about what is safe and not safe for your pets to eat at Christmas.
It is a time when we tend to throw caution out of the window along with any slimming books and fitness apps we might have (well some of us anyway).
Unfortunately, our pets are also treated to our sense of liberation and they end up eating many things they are not used to. Also their eating patterns might be thrown out the window, and in my experience their inner body clock is more accurate than a Rolex. This does not make for happy pets.
They are also likely be stressed by all the coming and goings, being handled by other family members and friends and being unable to take power naps at their appointed time.
This adds up to stomach upsets and it is not conducive to a convivial family Christmas dinner…
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