Christmas poisons

Nicola Bates
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Christmas can be a busy and chaotic time at home with multiple visitors (depending on COVID-19 restrictions this year), an excess of food and the presence of Christmas plants and decorations. This will be a ‘COVID Christmas’ but efforts will undoubtedly be made to make it as normal as possible, after a difficult year for everyone.

 The fruits in Christmas pudding can cause renal failure in pets.
The fruits in Christmas pudding can cause renal failure in pets.

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