We love our pets, and ant to keep them safe and happy at home. But there are so many potential hazards lurking in your cabinets, on your counters, and in the products you use. That's why it's so important to take a few precautions to keep your furry friend content at your side.
1. Keep over the counter meds (i.e. ibuprofen, naproxen, cold medications, herbal supplements out of paw's reach.
2. Look out for ingredients like xylitol, grapes, raisins, chocolates, onions, and garlic. No sharing scraps!
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3. Childproof containers aren't the same as pet-proof. Accidents can happen when pets mistake products as treats and over indulge.
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