Fads come and go. Between humans and animals, it’s hard to keep up with what’s “hip” these days. However, sometimes fads crop up that, although cute and eye-catching, are truly dangerous to your pet’s health.
Here are a few pet-related trends to avoid:
- Nail Polish
- Nail polish contains hazardous ingredients that are toxic to animals
- Fumes can cause dizziness and headaches in your pet
- Can cause dangerous health issues if ingested (and considering some pets bite their own nails as part of grooming, this is a serious risk!)
- Pets groom themselves and could ingest harmful toxins from the dye
- The chemicals can cause vomiting, diarrhea and pose serious health risks
- Irritation from the dye can cause itching and burning of the skin and cause open wounds and painful lesions if your pet scratches too much
- Cause injury to the skin
- Likelihood of infection rises due to grooming
- Animals may have a negative reaction to the dye used
- Invasive and painful
- Can cause painful scarring and permanent skin irritation
- Again, due to grooming, the likelihood of infection is heightened
Pets don’t have a strong immune system like humans do. As our pets cannot voice their own input on these matters, so they rely on us to make sure that our decisions are in their best interest. As such, we need to make sure that we are educated on any and all health risks associated with choices we make involving them.
Take a look at our quick tips for keeping your pets safe and cozy during the Autumn season!
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