Tips For Keeping Your Pets Safe This Easter

Easter is a fun time of year for many, as we celebrate spring time and all that goes with the season. We know that many folks enjoy decorating during the Easter season. Did you know that many things that we use to decorate for the Easter season are dangerous for our pets? We hope to keep you and your family safe this Easter season.

Did you know that an Easter lily is one of the most dangerous flowers for pets? Cats are especially prone to acute kidney failure should they decide to nibble on an Easter lily. All cat owners need to think twice before bringing home an Easter lily. Having an ill cat is not how anyone wants to remember an Easter.  If you need a little more insight, here is article with helpful information.

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Easter baskets are always a hit with the kids. Before you fill that basket, make sure you keep it’s location in mind. Most of us know that chocolate is harmful to our pets. But, did you know that a lot of candies of today contain xylitol, a sugar substitute. A small amount of xylitol can cause a dog to have a quick drop in blood sugar, which can lead to seizures and other serious things. The lesson here is to make sure any candy that you place in an Easter basket is out of your pet’s reach.

And then there’s that Easter grass that many line those Easter baskets with. Did you know that all that grass can be an obstruction in your pet’s intestines? Again, make note where you place your Easter basket.

Most importantly, know where your pet is while you are celebrating Easter. Those ham bones and chicken bones can cause other problems if you give your pet freedom in the kitchen.

Enjoy your Easter this year and keep in mind that your pets are curious and want to join in the fun. It’s up to you, the responsible pet owner, to keep your pet safe this Easter season.

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