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Dog’s security and some threats at home!

Dog's security and some threats at home!

You may think you live in a safe and friendly environment for the animals, but every home is a minefield of potential risks to your dog. We present some of the most common household hazards to beware:

Rats Poison

Most people know that rat poison can also poison dogs, but many of them do not even know that eating a poisoned rat can be fatal. To reduce the risk of an accidental poisoning,put mice’s poison in a place where they can be accessed only from you. On the roof, the walls and other safe places which can not be accessed by your dog. Keep these medicines in their original packaging and other packaging in a secluded and put in a high cupboard where it can’t be accessed from pets and children.

Some medicines for rats are safer for pets than others, but be careful with any brand. If you think your dog has had contact with a rat poison, call the veterinarian immediately.

Snails Poison

Many poisons for snails contain metalhyde, a substance more toxic for dogs. To reduce the risk of an accidental poisoning, put these medicines out of the reach of your dog. In the garden, put a barrier around the medication that you use so that your dog does not have contact with. Keep these medicines in their original packaging and other packaging in a secluded and put in a high cupboard where it can be accessed from pets and children. If you think your dog has had contact with a remedy for snails, call the veterinarian immediately.

Insecticides against ants

Most of them contain boric acid which is toxic if the dog eats a large amount of it for the weight of his body. Many medicines for killing ants have a sweet taste and smell to attract them. This can be just as tempting for dogs or cats, so always put these medicines out of the reach of your animal. Save these insecticides in a close packing in a high cupboard where it can be accessed from pets and children. If you think your dog has had contact with a remedy for killing ants, call the veterinarian immediately.

Oscillating chairs

These chairs can pose a great danger to pets, especially small cubs and kittens. They love running and  hide in these chairs. Especially kittens jump and crouch above these chairs for a nap. When someone sits in a chair or rolling, it can crush small animals and cause serious damage. Always check out where your animal is before you start to waver in the chair.

Dog's security and some threats at home!

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