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March is Pet Poison Awareness Month!

I'd like to hear from you for Pet Poison Awareness Month!

March is Pet Poison Awareness Month!

 

We’re nearly halfway through our ABCs! Yes, J is coming!   While I edit writing, make new art, make my final tweaks, and play with new text faces, I’d like to take the opportunity to hear from YOU, the audience.

Spring is the time for pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and all the other things that help encourage or keep things from growing.  That leaves so many things for us to cover!  What sort of things would you like to hear about? 

Leave a post in the comments about a poison of which YOU want to be made aware.  Or pick one about which you want others to know!

9 thoughts on “March is Pet Poison Awareness Month!

  • I don’t think we can discuss the dangers of lilies enough. it is the only toxic that pretty much jumps off the plant and goes after your kitty (well no, not really, but the pollen is the problem and it is so sticky…)

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    • I’d almost say really! I can’t count the number of times that people have put lilies way up high only to have a kitty in kidney failure from the pollen that falls to the floor! Every time I see a vlog or picture with a cat and I see lilies in the background, I want to scream “THROW THOSE FAR AWAY!”

      I wrote an article on lilies and cats here:
      https://threatstopets.com/lilies-and-cats/

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  • There are so many things around house & garden that can harm your pet. Ice melt in the Winter, Easter plants in Spring, chocolate, and peanut butter that contains xylitol are the ones that top my list. Great post!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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    • So far I’ve covered fertilizer, ice melt, lilies, and am planning an up-and-coming one on xylitol in dogs and chocolate. Thanks for the input!

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    • This seems to be the most common request! Looks like it’s time to talk about detergents!

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  • It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button! I’d definitely donate to this
    brilliant blog! I suppose for now i’ll settle for book-marking and adding
    your RSS feed to my Google account. I look forward to fresh updates and will share this blog with my Facebook group.
    Talk soon!

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  • This time of year, I believe awareness about herbicides and insecticides is very important. It is so easy for them to get access and a lot of people don’t know these products are harmful to their pets.

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    • Great idea miss Molly! Most herbicides aren’t as bad, but insecticides can be REALLY bad.

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