Valentine’s Day is known for its sugary sweets, and while you may think passing out candy is a good way to spread the love, creating healthier alternatives from the heart can be so much sweeter for the loved ones in your life.
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1. Watch those baked treats.
We all love to bake during the holidays, even for dogs, and if your kitchen is like mine, everything from chocolate chips to caramel bits and more can be sitting out on the counter.
Making sure these ingredients are up away from your pet’s nose and mouth is imperative. We all know chocolate is bad for pets, but any overconsumption of human food can be a very bad thing.
Make sure all your food and the things that make it are put safely away when you’re
To truly pet-proof your home, start by getting down on the floor to see the world the way your pet sees it. This allows you to spot potential hazards that you might not notice from your vantage point.
Treat your Pet like you would a Child: Active puppies and kittens can easily get into dangerous situations. Use safety gates in areas where dangerous holiday items are to prevent your pet from getting into trouble.
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The last thing people want at the start of a new year is a pile of bills and debt collected from holiday shopping. Too often the stress of spending money on presents, food, and decorations can stop you from enjoying the holiday season.
Former Wall Street executive and finance specialist, Peter Treadway, provides his tips for helpful holiday shopping advice.
Don’t go anywhere until you budget:
Smart spending for the holidays starts with a budget. Instead of setting a list of people to