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Springtime Hazards for Pets
John Reynolds


Indoor Springtime Hazards
Outdoor Hazards
Toxic Slug Bait Hazards


• Every season has different potential hazards for your pets.
• Normally, springtime brings an increased number of
reactions and allergies among pets.
• Some simple precautions for your home and yard will keep
your pets away from allergies.


Indoor Springtime Hazards
• Easter Candy and Decorations:

Chocolates can be toxic to dogs, cats, and
other furry pets. You should keep your
dogs and cats away from all types of
Easter goodies, including sweet-smelling
candy wrappers.

• Spring



If you use chemical cleaning products
at home, make sure that your pets are
kept away from these products.
Commercial cleaning products are toxic
for your dogs or cats.


Outdoor Springtime Hazards
• Seasonal Allergies:
Seasonal allergies in cats and dogs
are very common. Cats and dogs
can have a serious and even fatal
reaction because of allergies.

• Yard and Garden Hazards:
During the springtime, pet owners
use pesticides, insecticides, and
fertilizers to keep their garden
clean. However, these chemicals
are dangerous for pets.


• Warm Weather Parasites:
Keep your pets away from fleas
and ticks throughout summer
and spring season.

• Easter Lilies: Easter lilies are
toxic to cats. Even chewing a
single leaf, petal or pollen
sample can cause kidney failure
in cats.


Toxic Slug Bait Hazards
• In the spring, pets are more prone to
consume snail baits, which are toxic and
dangerous for pets.
• Snail baits are used to keep your gardens free
from insects.
• To keep your pets safe. ensure that you are
spreading snail bait only in areas that are not
accessible by your pets.
• Snail baits contain the chemical metaldehyde
that can cause severe tremors if eaten by your


Q) Are there any particular vaccinations
recommended for pets in the spring?
A) There are no particular vaccinations but
you can go for a regular check-up in the spring

Q) What’s a good way to prevent spring
flea infestations?
A) There is a variety of treatments available, from
topical spot-applications and oral tablets to
disposable flea collars. But you may want to
consult your vet for the best option.


• Keep your pets away from all hazards. Let
you and your pet both enjoy this spring free
from worry.


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