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Holiday Hazards

Potential Holiday Hazards [Thank you to: Dr Sharon Brandt, who originally posted this info, to be shared, during the Holiday Season.] As the holiday season approaches, life for your pets, can get pretty hazardous.



The Valley of the Aire in West Riding, Yorkshire, was the birthplace of the Airedale Terrier.



Stripping comb.
Scissors with blunted points.
Thinning shears.


What to look for in an Airedale?

The Airedale was meant to be a rugged, all-weather hunter of small, furred game. Today’s family pets should maintain the attitude, instinct, and physical ability to return to the field with a minimum of conditioning.



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