Whether you are traveling during the holidays or staying close to home, we just wanted to remind you of a few pet safety items. Make sure your pet’s microchip is registered to your current telephone number and address. Pets are more likely to get out when there are different people in the home, as well as when you are traveling to unfamiliar places. Wherever you ”land” make sure you take time to properly pet proof your surroundings and make sure everyone is aware of your pet and any special needs that they may have . Also keep close watch on any prescription or recreational medications that have been left out. We’ve included a link to the ASPCA poisonings common during this time of year. Please see the link below: 4 Harmful Thanksgiving Foods for Pets
We are back to work Friday our normal business hours, so please call if you need is for anything.
Happy Thanksgiving, Lucy Faulkner Scarbrough and all of the staff at CHAH