St Pete Pet Sitting Holiday Pet Safety Tips

As you are going off for the usual perfect Christmas tree hunt with your family and decorating the halls with loads of holly, your St Pete Pet Sitter just wants to remind you of the possible dangers pine trees and other holiday plants can cause for your furry loved ones.

Did you know pet sitting tip…

According to Pet Sitters International (www.psi.com) “Keep these poisonous holiday plants away from pets: holly, hibiscus, Christmas roses, the poinsettia and the berries if the mistletoe. Pine tree water can be poisonous, so be sure to cover open tree stand bases. The tree should be secured to the wall with strong wire or twine because a toppling tree can cause serious injjuries to dogs and cats.”

 

Your St. Pete pet sitting care provider is certified by the Red Cross in Pet CPR and First Aid and will be able to supply you with any additional information. Your pet sitter is also a member of numerous pet sitting organizations which means you also have access to tons of valuable information just by working with Regal Pet Services LLC.

Just ask your pet sitting provider when you call to set up your FREE initial meeting if you have any other questions you would like your pet sitter to bring to that meeting…

What is the most common pet related emergency during the holidays?

Can you guess what is the most common pet related emergency during the holidays?

According to Pet Sitters International, “the consumption of human pharmaceuticals.”

That’s right pet owners, the biggest danger for your beloved pets is them getting into your medicine supply so lock up your pill bottles and ensure a happy healthy holiday for your and your furry friends.

 

Your St. Pete pet sitting care provider is certified by the Red Cross in Pet CPR and First Aid and will be able to supply you with any additional information. Your pet sitter is also a member of numerous pet sitting organizations which means you also have access to tons of valuable information just by working with Regal Pet Services LLC.

Just ask your pet sitting provider when you call to set up your FREE inital meeting if you have any other questions you would like your pet sitter to bring to that meeting…