Christmas is great time of the year and should be enjoyed from all family members, including four-legged. Keep your doggy safe this festive season and avoid feeding them the following:
Xylitol (artificial sweetener found in some candies and biscuits)
Grapes and raisins (don’t forget that most fruit cakes, puddings and mince pies contain raisins)
Salty meats, hams and bacons and fatty trimmings
Many dogs receive Christmas presents but do not gift your dog a Rawhide chews as it may be toxic. These are not a by-product of the beef industry nor they are made of dehydrated meat. Rather, rawhide is a by-product of the leather industry. Leather chunks go through many chemical and bleaching processes before to become a dog chew. There are risks of choking and blockage of the gastrointestinal tract if your dog swallows large pieces.
If you are looking for a Christmas gift for your dog, look no further and choose a healthy doggy brew from our selection.
Another common Christmas items that could be dangerous for your dog if ingested are:
Christmas tree pieces
Gift wrapping and packaging
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