The 12 dangers of Christmas for your pets

Christmas is a fantastic time for us but please be aware that there are many potential dangers for our pets! We have listed 12 common ones below:

  1. Raisins, grapes and mince pies
  2. Onions and garlic
  3. Chocolate
  4. Alcohol
  5. Batteries
  6. Christmas decorations and tinsel
  7. Mistletoe, holly and poinsettias
  8. Macadamia nuts
  9. Fatty foods and bones
  10. Christmas pudding
  11. Antifreeze
  12. Ribbon

This list is not exhaustive. If you think your pet may have eaten any non-pet food items or you have any concerns, please call us immediately – we have 24 hour cover even during the festive season.

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Ian Stroud

Veterinary Surgeon at Vet4life
Ian Stroud is a highly experienced small animal veterinary surgeon with over 15 years working in practice. He has particular interests in several areas including minimally-invasive surgery, orthopaedics and oncology (cancer treatment). He currently practices in Teddington, Shepperton and Surbiton where he is the director of Vet4life.
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