- Allergies - Check for watery eyes and sneezing as an early warning sign that your pet may have allergies.
- Parasites - After a long winter hibernation, flea, tick and heartworm larvae are back for more. Protect your pets!
- Windows - Make sure your screens are secure. Many pets can escape through or be injured while exiting damaged screens as we air out the house.
- Easter - Keep your Easter chocolates and Easter grass out of reach! They are a big no-no for both dogs and cats.
- Flowers - Budding flowers look great, but many of them do not agree with canine or feline tummies.
- Chemicals - Secure your cleaning products as you refresh your house. Uncapped cleaning agents pose a big health risk to pets.
- Automobiles - As the weather warms up, don't forget to crack the window before you head inside the store again!
As spring returns, your companion probably wants to get out more. There are a few things to be aware of as the weather warms up. These pet tips should help with your springtime pet care.