Travel Animal Doctor: Avoid Unintentional Pet Poisoning

Travel Animal Doctor: Avoid Unintentional Pet Poisoning

Avoid unintentional pet poisoning by being aware of what is toxic to your furry friends. – Travel Animal Doctor We all have the best intentions when it comes to spoiling our pets. There are many species differences between animals that make some things safe to be consumed by humans, but can be very deadly to a pet.  Avoid unintentional pet poisoning by remembering this story.  John packed up the car and is ready for his holiday trip to see the parents.   The whole family including Rocko and Spud are getting packed into the car like animal Tetris. John thought of everything including those Poinsettias and chocolate for his mom and that small ugly antique white dresser that he is taking to strip and restore to the handsome original walnut finish in his dad’s workshop. The clamor of “Teenage Wasteland” and other great hits plays on the radio as he is driving along on his 16 hour trek to the promised land. Last week there was so much snow that John had to climb out of the window with a shovel just to get out of the house and get the driveway cleared quick enough to get to work on time.  There were no work cancellations, as he was expected to be a proficient black ice dodger and snow wrangler. One week in paradise with warm 67 degree Fahrenheit sunny weather  is all John can think about as he sings along, “… engage Iceland..”. So he won’t quit his day job to become a member of The Who, but he WILL come back to his job with a nice tan line to show off to his fellow colleagues. John’s cat and dog do well on car rides so he is not...
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