Keep Pets and Christmas Trees Apart

Because of these hazards, it is best to keep pets and Christmas trees as far apart as possible.
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Despite their beauty, Christmas trees hide some very ugly dangers to pets, such as:
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A: In all the U.S., the cremated remains of people and pets are deemed to hold no health hazards to the public. The only point noted is that you should obtain permission to release your cremated remains on private property. There is also no guarantee, should you choose to plant in a park, that improvements will not take place (which may include removing trees to make way for a playground, for example). So take all possibilities into consideration when choosing a site for your green cremation burial, or disposition. Because of these hazards, it is best to keep pets and Christmas trees as far apart as possible.
Photo provided by FlickrDespite their beauty, Christmas trees hide some very ugly dangers to pets, such as:
Photo provided by FlickrBecause of these hazards, it is best to keep pets and Christmas trees as far apart as possible.
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The best way to keep pets away from Christmas trees is to use as many techniques as possible to discourage their interest. Every pet is different, but with enough deterrents in place, any pet can learn that a Christmas tree isn't meant for them.In many homes, a beautifully decorated Christmas tree is the undisputed centerpiece of holiday decorations. Unfortunately, the garlands, tinsel, lights, and ornaments are just as attractive to pets, but can be dangerous if cats and dogs decide this unusual tree is a new and fascinating toy. There are several ways you can keep your pets and tree apart, however, without harming either one.Dangers of Christmas TreesDespite their beauty, Christmas trees hide some very ugly dangers to pets, such as:Because of these hazards, it is best to keep pets and Christmas trees as far apart as possible.Keep Pets and Christmas Trees ApartDepending on your pet's temperament and the type of Christmas tree you have, there are a number of ways you can discourage cats and dogs from molesting the tree.The best way to keep pets away from Christmas trees is to use as many techniques as possible to discourage their interest. Every pet is different, but with enough deterrents in place, any pet can learn that a Christmas tree isn't meant for them.You cannot find a real cat tree with leaves at the local pet store? Neither could we, and that’s how Pet Tree Houses came to be.

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They are real when the trees are handcrafted from the finest quality real trees, left in their true nature, and embellished with silk foliage to provide a life-like audible and visual experience. Our real cat tree with leaves is designed to focus on your cat’s true nature, bringing out your cat’s primal instincts. This method helps reduce captive stress and encourages your cat to stretch and scratch on the gnarled branches, bark, lichen and all. A: Yes. The average person’s cremated remains will fit into 7 - 10 EterniTrees™ biodegradable urns, but can be further divided, using smaller amounts. The average pet will fit in 1 urn, where a large breed dog will need 2. We designed EterniTrees™ urns to allow your loved one or pet to thrive as a living memorial and still give you the option of placing some of the cremated remains in a cemetery, mausoleum, or other place of disposition. Families or pet owners may choose to scatter the remainder of their loved one’s or pet’s ashes in areas that have either special meaning to them, or to the departed.The best way to keep pets away from Christmas trees is to use as many techniques as possible to discourage their interest. Every pet is different, but with enough deterrents in place, any pet can learn that a Christmas tree isn't meant for them. A: EterniTrees™ recently released the Personal Choice urn for those who wish to plant something that is not offered on our site. This way, people can locally source their own seeds, seedling, sapling, bush or even flowers to memorialize their departed loved one or pet. The biodegradable urn still contains the nutrients & growth medium, as well as the biodegradable paper bag for the ashes, but has no seeds, so you can select your own. If you need help with sourcing, just contact us, and we’ll do our best.