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Whether you enjoy the cold crisp days or dread the long dark nights, winter undoubtedly brings a whole host of new safety hazards for your dogs, cats, and other small animals. Christmas, too, can be a particularly dangerous time for pets. That’s why the Vets Now Christmas hub is dedicated to bringing you the best tips straight from our emergency vets to help keep you and your pet safe this winter.
We'd all rather avoid a trip to the emergency vets this christmas, which is why we've created this helpful guide to the hazards that could make your dog ill.Download our dog infographic
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We'd all rather avoid a trip to the emergency vets this christmas, which is why we've created this helpful guide to the hazards that could make your cat ill.Download our cat infographic
It is predicted that Brits will gorge on over £160 million worth of chocolate during the festive period. With Christmas just around the corner and an abundance of chocolate around the house, pet owners must be aware of the dangers of chocolate poisoning for dogs and keep the tempting treats out of reach.
Worried your dog has eaten chocolate this Christmas? Our emergency vets have answered all of your questions about dogs and chocolate poisoning.Read the FAQ
Has your dog been at the Christmas chocolate? Use our chocolate toxicity calculator to work out whether your dog has eaten a potentially toxic amount.Try the calculator
Our emergency vets have revealed the top winter dangers that could make your dogs and cats ill this season. Watch the videos below to find out more.