householdSubstances having potential to poison our pets lurking in our homes, yards, and even in the food or treats we offer our canine and feline companions, sometimes multiple times per day?Substances having potential to poison our pets lurking in our homes, yards, and even in the food or treats we offer our canine and feline companions, sometimes multiple times per day?

Although you may not realize it, your pet’s health may be at risk from toxic exposure as a result of his day-to-day activities and dietary habits. National Poison Prevention Week 2015 is March 15-21, but your dog or cat is at risk for potentially fatal toxicity on a year-round basis.

As a result, it’s critically important that all pet owners are aware of household and environmental toxins, clinical signs of toxicity, treatment options, and toxin avoidance.

Increase you awareness of toxins that could sicken your pet by clicking here: Is Your Pet Safe From These Potential Household Poisons?

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