STORE HUMAN FOOD OUT OF REACH. Any human food, especially toxic foods such as chocolate and grapes/raisins, should be kept in airtight containers far away from your crafty kitty or canine.
SECURELY SHUT GARBAGE AND COMPOST BINS. It’s no secret that animals, especially mutts, like to rummage through trash. Already-toxic foods continue to pose a risk after they’ve been tossed, and any food can become unsafe once it develops mold. Keep your pet out of harm’s way by making scraps inaccessible.
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