Unintentionally Poisoned! What Is – And Isn’t – Safe For Your Pet To Eat

iStock_000055846652_Large (1)It can sometimes feel as though everywhere we look there is something to harm us – and our special four-legged friends. Look no further than your very own kitchen or pantry, for example. For your pet, fully stocked shelves or cupboards represent a delicious, enticing opportunity, but there are many food items intended for human consumption that are not safe for your pet to eat.

You can protect your pet through the prevention of unintentional poisoning, understanding the warning signs resulting from a irresistible nibble, and, instead, providing healthy alternatives that are safe for your pet to eat. Continue…