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    Default Re: Article: Holiday Dangers for English Bulldogs

    We have to issue this warning every time we have a gathering of family or friends. We have sign that goes up on the front door "DO NOT FEED BORIS ANYTHING BUT HIS APPROVED SNACKS" we then leave out a dish with a predetermined amount of snacks with a sign next to it BORIS' SNACKS. PLEASE GIVE HIM 1 AT A TIME.


    So far it works!


    Quote Originally Posted by KMARINO View Post
    Another holiday danger if I may add. I have a large Christmas Eve party. I send out a mass text to all invited Christmas Eve Day. PLEASE DO NOT FEED VEGAS ANY SNACKS, HE HAS MANY FOOD ALLERGIES AND IT WILL MAKE HIM SICK. THANK YOU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMARINO View Post
    Another holiday danger if I may add. I have a large Christmas Eve party. I send out a mass text to all invited Christmas Eve Day. PLEASE DO NOT FEED VEGAS ANY SNACKS, HE HAS MANY FOOD ALLERGIES AND IT WILL MAKE HIM SICK. THANK YOU.

    I do the same thing
    So many people don't understand the allergies battle.
    Great addition to thread.


    Happy New Year From the Simpson Family

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    Excellent article Phil well done

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    Thank you Phil!!!

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    Default Re: Article: Holiday Dangers for English Bulldogs

    Thanks for sharing, always good to be reminded of the dangers that they can get into. Great Post.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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    Thanks for the heads up!

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    Thank You for posting this for us, it really helps me.

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    I'm wondering if anyone has experienced any issues/problems with real Christmas trees? Besides some dogs being allergic are their other concerns people have? Like with possibly digesting a needle and it getting lodged? We currently have a fake one but may switch to real one in the future.

    A quick google search asking if real trees are safe came up with arguments for both sides... anyone have or found evidence of them being harmful??

    Thanks!

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    Never an issue for us, but my guys stay away. Lambeau s allergic but only issue is watery eyes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post

    Thank you for sharing this, I have seen this but it's always good to be reminded of things that can harm our babies. It can happen so fast, especially when we are busy at this time of year. Other things to add are Tinsel can be dangerous, it can be a choking hazard, and can become a problem in the intestines, also holiday food and alcoholic drinks left unattended by our guests can ne ingested by our pets, when we aren't looking. Also it's a good reminder to let friends and guests know to please not share their foods, drinks and treats with your baby. Some people may think their being kind, and not realize that people foods can be dangerous to our pets, and they are not healthy for them as well.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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