🐰 Happy Easter! Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, the weather is warming, and hope is in the air!
Whether you’re celebrating Easter with a small get-together or large gathering, it’s very important to pay attention to seasonal treats and items that can be harmful to our furry friends who are sure to be joining in on the fun.
🍭 Those delicious Easter baskets full of sweets, colored eggs, and plastic Easter grass are fun for the kids but can be a hazard for your pets.
🐶 Try using colored tissue instead of the plastic Easter grass as this can be a choking hazard to your dog or cat if ingested.
🌷 Seasonal flowers like lilies, daffodils, and tulips are also toxic to pets.
🐥 If your child receives a live duckling, baby chick, or bunny this year, please keep them safely away from your household pets at all times.
✂️ Make sure you cut up all candy bags and treat bags and dispose of them properly to prevent pet suffocation!
We know that pets are truly members of the family, so always keep them in mind as you celebrate and enjoy the warmer weather and nature’s beauty! ❤️