We all know puppies eat things that aren’t food. Cats get into brightly colored or smelly things that can harm them. Some adult dogs didn’t learn their lesson as a puppy.
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IN THE KITCHEN – How many of you store your cleaning supplies under the sink? If you pet can open the cabinet, you may be in for trouble! In addition, do not let your pet get into chocolate, grapes, raisins, bread dough, yeast, alcohol, macadamia nuts, onions, caffeine…and so much more!
IN THE GARAGE – If you pet spends time with you while you’re working on your car, be extremely careful with antifreeze, rock salt, fertilizer, garbage, pest control….the list can be endless
IN THE YARD – As you’re preparing for spring remember to supervise your pet around mulch, lilies, tulips, azalea, sago palm, and yew. This is a short list of the plants or flowers that can be harmful to your pet. http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/pet-owners/seasons/spring/
We cannot possibly list every hazard to your pet but we value your pet’s health. We encourage you to click this link to the Pet Poison Helpline for more information. Please call the office if you have any questions!