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Keep Pets Safe and Out of the Chemical Fog
Spring has finally sprung and we are impatiently waiting to get our flower gardens and vegetable gardens ready for a bountiful summer. Before we can get to the bountiful part we have to have healthy plants without parasites in good soil with plenty of nutrients which usually requires the use of insecticides and fertilizers. This blog will give a little more information on the dangers of mixing fun loving pets with the dangers of ingesting garden chemicals.
Spring Planting for Safety
The sun is shining, the temperature is pleasant, and a warm breeze ruffles your hair. Okay, it may only be a dream but spring is only two weeks away! It’s that time of year when we are looking forward to seeing bulbs poking out the ground, planning flower beds, and thinking of fresh vegetables in the garden. But, with this time of year we also need to keep in mind plants that may be harmful to our pets and how to keep them safe. Flowering plants and bulbs in addition to vegetables can cause mild and severe sicknesses in our pets, knowing what to look for and how to avoid it will make for happier summertime fun.
Cancer and Our Pets
Cancer is a very scary word whether it is used in human medicine or veterinary medicine. When it is used in connection with your family the scare factor goes up another 25 notches. Fortunately for the two and the four legged, treatment options and medical care are progressing by leaps and bounds. Preventive medicine is always the best medicine but when that is not an option than early treatment is the key. For our animals there are many treatment options ranging from surgery to chemotherapy, radiation, and medical therapy. Let’s examine the ways to help our pets.
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