Best Friends Animal Society offers 9 tips to keep your pets safe during holiday season

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Human holiday traditions such as food, decorations and plants that may seem harmless can be dangerous or life-threatening to dogs and cats. ValleyNews/Courtesy photo
LOS ANGELES – Coronavirus cases continue to surge around the country, so this year’s holiday season may be quieter than usual. Gone are the guests, but there are still plenty of seasonal things that can be troublesome for pets. Human holiday traditions such as food, decorations and plants that may seem harmless can be dangerous or life-threatening to dogs and cats. “Our pets are naturally curious and love new things. The holidays provide a whole new world for them to explore that can lead to a potential illness or injury,” Erin Katribe, veterinarian and medical director for Best Friends Animal Society, said. “Since many veterinary offices have limited hours and services during the COVID-19 crisis, it’s crucial to keep your pets as safe as possible, as a trip to the vet w
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