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Poison Prevention with Our Curious Companions

By: Louisa Meeks, Hospital Marketing Manager
As pet owners, it’s not something we like to think about, but the truth is that our homes and environments are filled with things that can cause our pets harm—from our cleaners in the cupboard to our floral décor on the dining table. But with a little foresight, we can avoid these hazards and keep our pets safe and happy by our sides. In the infographic below, you will find some information on poison prevention. Please feel free to print this and post it in your hospitals or share it on your social channels. A little education can go a long way! Enjoy…


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