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5 Toxic Foods to Avoid Feeding Pets

by Laviola Team 02/11/2019

Pets are a special addition to the family or your individual life. They offer companionship, friendship, security, and happiness. Pets are loyal creatures, and most people have grown to love them more than anything else.

While it’s great to own a pet in your home, it is important to remember that they come with responsibility. Pets need love and care to promote their health and to keep them with you much longer. To help you care for your pet the right way, here are five toxic foods to avoid feeding pets.

    Alcohol.

    Fatty Foods.

    Raw Foods.

    Chocolate.

    Onions and Garlic.

Take special precautions to avoid any foods dangerous to your pet’s health. If you're new to the neighborhood, make an effort to find your nearest veterinarian or veterinary hospital so that you'll know where to go if your pet eats something that disagrees with them.

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Laviola Team

Steve & Sharon Laviola have sold 24 homes in the first half of 2018 with many newarriving daily.... 2017 was a great year too with 31 homes in the area being sold by the Laviola Team. 2016 was supported with 28 home sales. Steve Supervised and staffed model homes for new community in 2015 where 61 homes were sold at high market pricing due to his knowledge of new construction and excellent communication skills. 51 Homes sold in 2014, so you can see that the stats for the Laviola Team speak for themselves....

Steve Laviola was the #5#5#5#5 individual agent with RE/MAX in the entire state of Tennessee in 2015. He received the 2014 Chairman's Club Award; less than one and half percent of RE/MAX agents, nationwide, achieve this prestigious award. He holds the Platinum Club Award, for two consecutive years and was also honored with the Hall of Fame Career Award. Sharon Laviola has proven marketing skills and provides that TLC for an excellent experience in property purchases or when selling a home. She has staging experience and is a member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing. Steve and Sharon have over 20 years of experience in Real Estate. 

They are very active in the community and give a portion of all sales to the Children's Miracle Network as well as many other local organizations in their area. Just more reasons for you to let their expertise guide you through the buying and selling process!