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Maintain Their Fur Coat
As the weather gets cooler, your dog will need his warm coat, too! If you typically shave your dog's fur coat during the summer, make sure to let it grow out for the colder months to ensure he stays warm all season long. Proper and regular brushing will also help to keep your dog warm and let the coat breath.
Watch out for Anti-Freeze
Ingesting antifreeze is very dangerous for pets. Unfortunately, both dogs and cats have been known to lick this sweet tasting substance. Make sure to check your car for leaks and make sure all bottles are stored out of reach of pets.
Check their ID Tags
This takes only 5 minutes of your time to make sure all your pet’s information is up to date and in proper order. Before you take them out Trick-or-Treating, it's important to know they have an updated ID tag, microchip, and well-fitted collar.
Prepare for Holiday Trips
As the holidays approach, most of us will get busier and possibly have to travel to visit family and friends. Be sure to plan ahead so you can make the holidays easier on you & your pets. Contact your favorite Dog Walkers, Dog Sitter, Pet Resorts NOW to ensure you have someone available to take care of your pets when you're away from home.
Be Mindful of Human Treats
While this season brings lots of festive fall flavors and delicious food, it's important to know these are for humans to enjoy- not pets. Keep chocolate, alcohol, grapes, raw dough, and bones away from pets. Looking for festive fall treats?