Industry Blogs

Latest from the Entertainment Industry

December 10, 2018

Becoming an Overnight Success - One Decade at a Time

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
November 26, 2018

The Montalbán: Shades of Water

by Raleigh Barrett
November 20, 2018

Exercises you can do at home – Personal Fantasy - #3

by Fran Montano
November 08, 2018

Whole for the Holidays

by Luckie
October 30, 2018

Cabinet of Horrors

by Raleigh Barrett
October 29, 2018

Discovering Yourself as a Director

by NoHo - North Hollywood
October 18, 2018

Acting Exercises You Can Do at Home - #2

by Fran Montano
September 28, 2018

Very, Very Independent Filmmaking….it’s all about the timing

by NoHo - North Hollywood
September 26, 2018

Wacko!

by Raleigh Barrett
September 19, 2018

Acting Exercises You Can Do at Home

by Fran Montano
September 17, 2018

An Interview with the Dreamgirls Cast

by Luckie
August 29, 2018

Review Gallery 800 - A Family of Artists

by Raleigh Barrett
August 20, 2018

Check your Happiness Meter

by Fran Montano
August 09, 2018

The Dawn of the Dance Challenge

by Luckie
August 04, 2018

Very, Very Independent Filmmaking - Power in Numbers

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
July 19, 2018

Actors, Don’t Stop Working on Your Craft.

by Fran Montano
July 04, 2018

Very Independent Filmmaking - Inventing Yourself as a Filmmaker

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
June 20, 2018

Actors Dig Deep

by Fran Montano
June 05, 2018

Nicole Anderson - Asking for A Lot

by Raleigh Barrett
Thursday, 14 December 2017 02:16

Keeping Your Dog/Cat Safe and Happy during Christmas!

Written by
Rate this item
(1 Vote)

Keeping Your Dog/Cat Safe and Happy during Christmas!

Holidays are here soon and you want to make sure your Fur Baby has a good time and is not harmed by all the festivities. 

Keep your pet away from these items to ensure there are no unplanned trips to the vet: 

- Secure the tree to the wall 

- Tree water has bacteria

- Mistletoe, Holly, tinsel and tree ornaments are poisonous

- Lights, wires, batteries and unattended candles can burn

- Guests should not leave alcoholic beverages unattended

- No human food treats as well as bones

- Keep stockings out of reach of pets who love chocolate

- Rethink Christmas gifts under the tree - they can choke on ribbon 

STRESS

Holidays bring stress to animals as well as humans.  It's not easy for pets to have strangers coming in your house.

Try these stress reduction techniques: 

- Exercise pet as close to the time you have a guest coming over which will help reduce any anxiety. 

- Keep pet on a leash when making introductions. 

- Ask guests not to pet your dog and avoid giving them any human food as a treat. 

- Give pet his/her own quiet space while the festivities are happening...fresh water and a blanket/bed. 

Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas to your two-legged and four-legged family members

Read 1196 times Last modified on Thursday, 14 December 2017 21:19

Leave a comment

Do you have an event, video or news to share?  Drop us an email and you may see it on NoHoArtsDistrict.com