Take extra care of your pets over the holidays and especially NYE

Deciding the subject of my last blog post for 2015 didn’t take too long.

Those of you who know me or have been following my posts, will know I seem to have a habit of finding lost animals (mainly dogs). I have a theory that acting quickly is the thing to do when we see an animal alone on a street or in an unusual place. The natural assumption that the animal is ‘with someone’ isn’t always the case.

It is no coincidence then that the theme and message in my book ‘Little Dog and the Christmas Wish’ – also the theme for this year’s Myer Windows – is that pets of all kinds need nurturing, looking after, feeding, loving, keeping safe and yes, it is for life.

We have all experienced that knee-trembling moment of realising our beloved pet is missing. With the holidays upon us now and New Year’s Eve tomorrow evening (with the accompanying noisy fireworks) please make sure your pets are somewhere safe.

Here are a few of the animals I’ve found out wandering by themselves over the last few years:

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