Noble Pawtrait’s Tips To Have A Fun And Safe Easter With Your Pet
Easter is a fun family gathering event, which is why you should include your fur babies in your traditions. It will not be too difficult to follow a few simple tips to keep your pets safe and let your family have a happy Easter.
Feature your pet on Easter decoration
Most of us love to decorate our homes for Easter. Whether that’s with chocolate bunnies and eggs, fresh flowers and plants, or specially crafted decorations.
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You can spice up your spring decoration with Noble Pawtrait’s canvases which features your unique pets.Transforming your pet into a noble pawtrait can be achieved by a few clicks away. You can take one of your pet's photos that is high quality and feature clearly its face, then select the theme that you like, and voila, your Noble Pawtrait pet portrait canvas will arrive at your doorsteps in the next few days.
Keep chocolate and some spring plants out of your pet reach
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Easter chocolate is dangerous for your dog. Dark chocolate is more toxic than milk chocolate. Make sure that all chocolate eggs and bunnies are kept away from your dog. Methylxanthines, which are present in chocolate and include agents like caffeine and theobromine, are extremely toxic to dogs and cats. Ingestion of chocolate can result in vomiting, diarrhoea, hyperactivity, seizures, increased heart rate and potentially death. Xylitol, a sugar substitute found in certain lollies and other sweet goods, is another extremely dangerous ingredient to be mindful of.
In addition, hot cross buns shouldn’t be fed to your pets as they contain raisins, which are potentially harmful.
Daffodils, tulips and other spring bulb plants are common sights in many gardens and homes at this time of year but these plants can make our four-legged family members very sick if ingested (even if they just drink the water from a vase or pot base containing certain bulb plants). If you see your cat licking the flowers, seek medical attention immediately. The vet can induce vomiting and give activated charcoal to bind poisons in the gut. Kitty will most likely need IV fluids to flush the kidneys.
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Organize a hangout for your pups best friend. Dress your pups with Easter themes, bring their favorite treats. Or even go further with a special feast. There is nothing like a good romp and play in the backyard of a best bud.
Check out the best 5 homemade treat recipes to pamper your pet from Noble Pawtrait.