An Eye On Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month 

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Our curious cats and hungry hounds seem to have a way of getting into things they shouldn’t get into. That could be your new houseplant or Aunt Fran’s medications, there are thousands of things we use around the home that can harm our pets if ingested. Unfortunately, there is the thinking that certain types of substances aren’t appealing to pets, but you would be surprised. 

This is why the team at True Care Veterinary Hospital wants to observe national Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month in March to educate pet owners on these toxic foes. Let’s explore the common toxins in our midst.

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Truly Grateful: A Look at Thanksgiving Pet Safety

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Of all the things we are all truly grateful for, the health, safety, and general well being of our four-legged best friends surely top the list. It may seem like an easy feat, but keeping our pets far from danger is anything but. 

During this time of year, it remains essential to have a firm grip on what Thanksgiving pet safety entails. With all measures in place, you can sit back, relax, and have a slice of pie.

Staying Close

Pets are at risk of accidental separation throughout the year, but it’s keenly felt around the holidays. Starting with Thanksgiving, we encourage all owners to check (and re-check) their pet’s collars and tags. If they don’t have a microchip yet, or you’ve changed your contact information since original registration, please let us know

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