Pets bring incredible amounts of joy, love, and companionship into our lives. That’s why, as difficult as seeing them go is, it’s even harder to decide when is the right time to put a pet down.
While everyday household items like chocolate, raisins and Xylitol are safe for humans, they can prove to be dangerous to your pet’s health, if ingested. Data by the poison control helpline shows more than 68,000 reported cases of animal poison exposure in 2019 alone.
Among questions about property law, one of the most common questions is if it is legal to kill a trespasser on your property. While the trespasser can be a person or animal, we will be covering what states say about a trespassing animal.
Thanks to a growing demand from pet parents, you can find many daycare options where your pup can stay entertained for long periods of time so you can go out for groceries or work without coming back to find that your living room is destroyed.
Dr. Jeff said, “The short answer is, don’t feed your pets chocolate! The long answer is that there are certain grades and amounts of chocolate that are obviously much more serious than others.”