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Springtime Hazards for Pets
John Reynolds
1

Contents







Introduction
Indoor Springtime Hazards
Outdoor Hazards
Toxic Slug Bait Hazards
FAQ
Conclusion

2

Introduction
• 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.

3

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

Cleaning

Chemicals:

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.

4

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.

5

Cont’d..
• 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.

6

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
pets.

7

FAQ
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
season.

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.

8

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

9


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