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Pet Poisoning Rises During Christmas Season

Pet poisoning increases during the Christmas season possibly because of all the seasonal food left out that upsets the animal’s tummies, a British insurer says.

An analysis of 650,000 claims by John Lewis Pet Insurance says slips on ice, sharp pine needles and eating something they shouldn’t prove that Christmas “can be a treacherous time for cats and dogs.”

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