Hidden Dangers Around The Home That Pet Parents Should Be Aware Of...
Canine Zone|August/September 2021
If you think your pet may have ingested any poisonous item, it’s best to take them to your vet as soon as possible

Pet parents know that taking care of their pets is a full-time commitment, and no matter how hard we try to keep them safe, there are dangers that we may not be aware of, says Dr Guy Fyvie, Hill’s Pet Nutrition’s veterinary advisor.

Pet parents are mostly aware of the common dangers, such as ensuring your dog can’t get out of your yard or home, that your cat isn’t able to wander at night, and not keeping up to date with your dog's or cat’s vaccinations. But what about those hidden dangers that aren’t that obvious? Fyvie provides us with the below easy tips to help all pet parents:

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