Ho Ho Ho Hold the Holly!
The Holidays are upon us and if you are like me, you have been counting down the moments until you can drag the boxes of decoration out of the garage and turn your house into a winter wonderland! It is truly my favorite time of year. This year will be my first Christmas with a puppy AND a kitten in the house. I have seen videos on Facebook showing pets who with one paw take down the an entire Christmas tree in just seconds. I am terrified. I suspect there will be a few Christ
Happy Hanukkah from Valet Vet
The eight-day Jewish celebration of Hanukkah is a time to gather with friends to reflect on themes of perseverance, community, and charity. Families light candles, play games, exchange gifts, and eat traditional fried foods. Since our pets are such important parts of our family, it seems only right that we include them in our plans, but we need to be aware of the potential dangers hidden in this holiday. Latkes, fried potato pancakes, are a standard Hanukkah dish. Potato and