Dec 19, 2017
Many of the things that make the holidays special for us – being with friends, eating favorite foods, traveling, and even shopping – can be a source of stress for pets. Susan Nelson, a clinical professor at Kansas State University’s Veterinary Health Center, says there are steps we can take to minimize pet stress and keep them happy and healthy throughout the holiday season.
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