Posts in Category: Pet Toxins
A trip to the spa typically involves a scent of some kind that decreases stress, such as almond, eucalyptus, clove, peppermint, pine, tea tree, and ylang-ylang. Often mixed with vitamin E oil and massaged into the skin, these scents trigger certain responses through our olfactory receptors, brain, and nervous system. While these products, known as essential oils, are gaining in popularity, they can also threaten pet safety and health.
Pet safety is a theme that is on most pet owners’ minds year-round, but Spring presents additional challenges when it comes to keeping pets safe. From lawn care and garden bed prep, to general spring cleaning, chemicals, poisons, and other hazards seem to be in high use this time of year. Keeping pets safe becomes more of a challenge when combining these noxious chemicals with poisonous plants, active wildlife, and increased outdoor activity.
So, before spring has officially sprung, take a moment to investigate the hidden dangers that may be in the garage, around the home, or in the yard. A bit of precaution can keep springtime a fun time for you and your pets. Continue…
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