22 Mar Guess what month it is? Pet Poison Prevention Month!
Since dogs are curious by nature, we wanted to take the initiative to educate pet parents what items are harmful to your dogs if they come into contact with, or ingest. Many items and substances commonly found in and around the home can pose a serious threat to your dog’s health. Below are some toxic items that may have been unknown to you. Consider some ways that you can prevent and protect your fur babies from these pet toxins.
Here’s some items found in homes that dog’s should stay clear of:
Author: Paige Lukosavich
Last updated: January 11, 2019
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