Easter is a time of family, fun, goodies and egg hunts. Pets love the fun too, but some Easter goodies can be harmful. These quick tips can keep pets happy and healthy during the celebration.
Chocolate is harmful to dogs and cats. While some pet owners report their dog ingesting it without ill effect, its toxicity is cumulative – so while an incident may not cause apparent harm, it can cause damage over time or heighten the risk should your pet get into chocolate again.
Shiny Easter grass, especially appealing to cats, can cause choking and intestinal obstruction. And what would Easter be without an egg hunt? Keep count of any PLASTIC EGGS you hide to ensure they're all collected. Broken plastic can be harmful when chewed.
Just like children, our pets need supervision. Take care and enjoy a very happy holiday!
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