Thursday, January 26, 2012

Pretty Kitty  

How to keep your pet safe.
Did you know?
The following can be toxic to pets: chocolate, raisins, grapes, some nuts like macadamia, garlic, onion, alcohol, coffee and other caffein drinks, bread dough, and  candy and gum containing artificial sweeteners

Dangerous Foods

New Treats and Toys
Did you know?
Even a pet-safe treat can cause stomach upset if it is new to your pet. Offer only one of these at a time (ideally, separated by a few days). If your pet becomes ill after eating a holiday treat, it will be easier to trace the source and discontinue it. Also, check new toys for sharp edges, pieces that can be chewed off, or other potential hazards.
Did you know?
Hazardous plants include some evergreens (some types of pine), and holly bushes and berries. Try to keep these plants away from pets, or at least supervise pets when dangerous plants are nearby.
Fire and Carbon Monoxide
Did you know?
Fireplaces, wood-burning stoves, candles, and portable heaters are a danger to your pets. Of course you did.
Also, don't forget to check smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors to make sure they are functioning properly. Furnaces, and idling cars (in a garage) can increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning in pets and humans.
 Please Keep Your Pets Safe!



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