Posts Tagged: Pet Toxins
Valentine’s Day is all about love, and what better time to celebrate the bond we share with our special pets? The joy and happiness they bring us is unconditional, and we’re so fortunate to have them in our lives.
Because we love them so much, we often want to show them in a special way that we care. Extra treats, walks, and belly rubs are all ways to spread the love at Valentine’s Day and everyday. But around this holiday, there is one particular danger that we want everyone to be aware of, and that’s the issue of chocolate toxicity.
As responsible pet owners, we do everything we can to protect our furry companions; we protect them from the elements, have them microchipped, and make sure they are up-to-date on their vaccinations and parasite preventives (among many other safety precautions). Even with all of the daily care and concern we show our pets, it’s easy to overlook the pet poisoning dangers lurking in our own homes.
Pet toxins can be found almost anywhere, and our kitchen cabinets, purses, backpacks, and garage shelves are no exception. Understanding what constitutes a pet toxin is essential to protecting our pets.