April Healthy Bites
The snow is gone (hopefully for good!) and spring seems like it's finally taking over. Before you break out the cleaning supplies and gardening tools, read on to make sure you are keeping your pets healthy and safe!
1. CLEANING PRODUCTS
Many cleaning products (both conventional and natural ones) are harmful to pets if injested. Make sure to keep these stored away where they can't get to them.
Fertilizers make our lawns look beautiful but can be very dangerous to our pets if ingested! As with the cleaning supplies, make sure to read the label and store properly.
Check out this list of toxic plants and foods for dogs and make sure to avoid planting these!
Pets can have spring-time allergies just like us! Their symptoms can be itching, sneezing and sniffiling. If you see any of these symptoms in your dog, make sure to visit your vet!
5. HEARTWORM, FLEA AND TICK
Make sure your pet is protected against these pesky bugs by visiting your vet.