Samba balances his energy with two daily walks.
He keeps fit and socialized by running and playing in the park
three times a week.
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Samba in front, followed by his friend Batucada.
December abounds with holiday celebrations, but nothing can spoil good cheer like an emergency trip to the veterinary clinic. These tips can help keep your winter holiday season from becoming not-so-happy – for your pet and for you.
As families gather over hearty meals for the holidays, pets are likely to want to sample the spread.
Animal experts remind pet owners around the holiday season that some foods are OK for their pets, but that others are harmful and could even be deadly.
Here are some of the do’s and don’ts when it comes to feeding your pets during the holiday season.
So what holiday foods ARE good for dogs?
Cooked sweet potatoes (minus any additional ingredients), baked potatoes, pumpkin purée, cucumbers, carrots (steamed or raw), steamed green beans or greens, unsweetened cranberries, bananas, and apples are all good choices—and not just during the holidays. They are highly nutritious and will allow your dog to participate in the feast while remaining happy and healthy!