Easter lilies, chocolate bunnies and jelly beans are enticing to your pet, but chocolate goodies are toxic to cats and dogs, and lilies can be fatal if ingested by our furry friends. Also, kitties and puppies love to nibble on colorful plastic grass, which can lead to an obstructed digestive tract, vomiting and dehydration.
Spring Cleaning. This is a dreaded, yet time-honored tradition in many households. Be sure to keep all cleaners and chemicals out of your pets’ way! These smells can be intriguing to our friends, but remember they are toxic if ingested.
Allergens in the home. Cut down on allergens in the home with frequent pet grooming. People don't realize that most of the time what makes them sneeze is not the pets fur, but the dander that is hiding in the fur. Frequent grooming helps to remove the dander that can cause allergy symptoms.
Also, when pets are out playing, running through the bushes, and rolling in the grass, they can carry in pollen and other natural elements on their coats that can trigger an allergy attack. Propergrooming can keep their coats clean, soft, and free of allergens. Grooming helps your pets remain huggably soft!