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HO HO HO! Get Your Photo with Santa!

In the famous words of Santa from “A Christmas Story”

HO HO HO! Merry Christmas!

This time of year we think about Christmas trees, presents, stockings and of course pictures with Santa.  This year Santa is coming to Vet-Co!

Join us and 100.3 The Peak radio station on Saturday December 8th at Vet-Co on Menaul to get your pets picture taken with Santa.  Santa will be arriving in his sleigh at 11 am and will be hanging out with his favorite furry pals until 5:30.

Just bring a can of food (dog, cat or human food), pet food, newspaper or an old blanket for a donation and get your picture with Santa! All food donations will go to Roadrunner Food Bank and non-food donations will go to help animals who have just received veterinary care.

While you are here get your vaccinations updated. Use this coupon to save $5.00 on shots.

Bring your favorite pet down to get their picture with Santa!

What: Pet Photos with Santa

When: Saturday December 8th from 11 am to 5:30 pm

Where: Vet-Co
8200 Menaul Blvd NE #R

Bring: You favorite pet, a can of food, pet food, newspaper or an old blanket

Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing you a safe and fun Thanksgiving!

13 Tips to Keep your Dog Safe on Thanksgiving

Turkey Day Do’s

1. Give your dog well cooked Turkey meat– If you have to give a little treat to your pooch, you can give them some of that yummy turkey meat as long as it is well cooked and has no bones.

2. Give your dog some nice (un-spiced) vegetables! They will love it!

3. Let your pup join in the feast. When it is time to eat, stuff their kong with bits of turkey, kibble and vegetables (un-spiced)

Turkey Day Don’ts

4. Don’t give your dog Turkey bones or any part of the carcass.  The bones are brittle and can break off into small pieces causing damage to their mouth, throat and stomach.

5. No cranberries, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes or anything with herbs – Many of our Thanksgiving foods have great tasting things in them like onions, raisins, grapes, and herbs that are super delicious to us but toxic for your pup. So better to be safe than sorry, and just don’t share.

6. Don’t share your beer or wine. They might like it but it can cause them serious health complications that can cause them to go into a coma. So put your glass on the table instead of the floor.

7. No dessert for doggie! Chocolate is toxic for dogs and most other deserts will give them an upset stomach and you may end up cleaning up more than just dishes.

8. No raw dough! If you are baking bread, make sure that your dog doesn’t get into the bow. The dough can rise in their stomach causing big issues.

Some Turkey Tips

9. Keep the garbage can secure…your festive pooch may decide to dig into his own feast in the trash while you are eating dinner. This can lead to a big clean up as well as let him eat some things that may be very bad for him.

10. Guard your plate! Some sneaky dogs may try to steal food off your plate while you are not looking.

11. Guard your centerpiece! It isnt just your food that is at risk, many dogs like to eat the flowers out of your centerpiece. So make sure that pup is staying away from the table.

12. Get her pooped! If you spend some extra time exercising before the big dinner starts, your dog will be more likely to run out of energy during the dinner instead of getting hyper.

13. Give your dog an escape. Not all dogs like crowds of people and he may not want to be social. So give him a quiet place to go where people won’t bother him.

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The information provided on this website is written by Vetco staff. All information is meant to be informational and is not meant as veterinary advice. If you have a health question regarding your pet, their treatment or anything concerning their veterinary care, please call Vetco to consult with a veterinarian.