You already know if you're bringing skis or sunhats with you on holiday, but what about your pet? Our lovely vet, Dr Holly Mash, shares her tips to make sure your holiday is relaxing for everyone in the family – even the ones with four legs.
While us humans are tripping over fairy lights and recovering from too much mulled wine, dogs and cats have their own festive hazards to avoid. From getting tangled in tinsel to over eating (usually thanks to sneaky swiping off the table), vets see all sorts of poorly animals over Christmas.
To celebrate the fantastic work PDSA do and thank them for helping to keep as many families together this Christmas as they can, we donated 5 of our extra special Luxury Christmas hampers to their team raffle. 5 lucky winners received our wonderful hampers to share with their team and all their lovely pets.
Cranberries are low in calories and are an excellent source of vitamin C, manganese and copper. They’re also rich in both soluble and insoluble fibre making them beneficial for the digestive system, keeping it working well over the festive period.
Even if they’re bundled up in a few woolly layers, dogs and cats can still get into all sorts of scrapes over the colder months. So for all those unlucky pets that end up having to visit the vets, we’ve got something up our sleeves as part of our A Helping Paw for PDSA campaign.
The dust has settled after Black Friday and Cyber Monday and there’s only sunshine and rainbows to be seen today. It’s the much more wholesome #GivingTuesday, where instead of spending you give something back. It’s a fantastic idea and we’re all in.