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November/December 2020

As We End The Year

Well, I'm sure this was not the 2020 we all expected.  We made it through and here at The Pet Lady, we are hoping for a bright 2021! We know there were missed vacations, social events and trips, but we are thankful for you, our clients, and your pets.  This holiday season may not look like the one you expected, but we are here for you and your pets needs. We wish all clients, friends, family and pets a wonderful December Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!
November is National Senior Pet Month and we are celebrating! Not only do we love our senior pet friends, but we also want to encourage people to consider adopting a senior pet.  As anyone who has a senior pet knows, they can be set in their ways but they provide tons of love, cuddles and kisses!
If you want to join in and observe Senior Pet Month use #AdoptASeniorPet on social media and spread the word.
During December, we are celebrating National Cat Lover's Month, why? Because we love cats! There are many ways you can celebrate your cat! Spend time with them, we know some cats are more independent than others, but spending time with them can be playing with a laser, hiding treats for your cat to hunt and making sure they have scratching posts and things to climb.
If you would like to help cats in need this month, reach out to shelters and rescues and donate supplies or toys.

Moxie P.
Moxie is always excited to see Taylor and loves to go on long walks!

Mia L.
Mia loves her walks and is the best squirrel patrol officer. She hopes to catch one some day!
Holiday Tips
1. Keep your pet on their normal diet and routine.  In addition to help your pet keep a healthy tummy it can keep your pet de-stressed.
2. Resist from treating your pet from your table. This can cause indigestion, vomiting or diarrhea.
3. Never give your pet Chocolate, Candy or Nuts, all which can be toxic.
1. Make sure your pet has a special place to go away from noise and activity if needed.
2. Get your pet used to their space at least 2 weeks prior.  This is a place your pet should feel safe to rest and relax.
1. Keep decorations out of pets reach, especially on trees.  
Dangling, sparkling ornaments make great temptations for pets.
2. Always keep a screen around your fireplace, this keeps your pet safe and keeps them from dragging anything into the fireplace.
3. Holiday plants and berries can be toxic for pets such as Holly, Poinsettia, and Mistletoe.

Important Dates

11 - Veteren's Day
26 - Thanksgiving*
November Birthdays
6 - Bailey S
7 - Theo L
8 - Abby C
15 - Jess J
18 - Bandit D
24 - Liesel W

Important Dates
10 - Hanukkah begins at sundown
24 - Christmas Eve*
25 - Christmas Day*
31 - New Year's Eve*
December Birthdays
23 - Cooper T
25 - Juliet W
30 - Emmy M
30 - Sheldon M

*Please note regularly scheduled mid-day walks are not performed on Observed Holidays.

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