Hello my name is Michele Mailhot, Author/Owner of Pet Safety Guides....
I've conducted an extensive research study regarding domestic
put endless hours and time into the compilation of this booklet, so that you,
as a consumer, and pet owner can have a better understanding when it comes to
the care, protection, and knowledge of domestic animals.
your (pet/pets) experience any of these symptoms: Lethargic, chronic cough or gag-reflex
experiences, excessive drooling, itchy
or rashy skin, watery stools, whines insistently, heavy panting,
excessive thirst and or frequent urination.
Your pet might be taking in-home poisons…..
Most animals become ill in our homes…Here’s
what studies found out..
Inside and outside contaminants
right at your front door....
don’t know could lead
to possible death or permanent damage to
your beloved pets…
So we certainly need to treat them
as children when it comes to protecting them from harm. Cats are less likely
than dogs to become poisoned on their own. Their cautious nature usually
protects them. Dogs, however, will eat anything! They will readily eat garbage
that contains spoiled food with toxic molds, grain based rodent poisons, and
anything within their reach in the yard, especially when they are puppies.
dogs quickly ingest human medications that are accidentally dropped on the
floor. In addition, we tend to seek quick over-the-counter solutions for our
own ailments without consulting our family doctor. And this same tendency
leads us to administer over-the-counter and prescription medications intended
for humans to our pets, without consulting our veterinarian! Unfortunately,
many human medications are metabolized quite differently in an animal's system
and become toxic.
So help our cause and order your pet guides and find out
how to prevent these mishaps from occurring.....
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