Shortly after my recent post (and in keeping our family luck firmly intact-that is, a day late and a dollar short), I came across this graphic which I thought made a heckuva lotta of sense to share. Similar to that list of important numbers/contacts you put on the frig for the babysitter on the one night a year you actually can get out of the house alone, this one could live on the bulletin board or wherever it is that you prefer stash important stuff that you don’t want lying around cluttering up counters but which is equally as important. Then again if you’re a Pinterest
junkie fan, you can always frame it as kitchen art-just saying.
Consider this a quick and friendly reminder for keeping those precious fur babies safe on the last day of Poison Prevention Awareness Month. But don’t let ‘out of sight, out of mind’ flummox you and especially remember to keep ALL gum away from
curious busy-body noses. Xylitol, the sweetener in gum is quite toxic and can be fatal. I know from past experience about those ‘busy’ noses; my last dog was a master thief at finding this stuff probably because the scent of gum is so enticing (and I’m still convinced she probably taught Sam all his bad habits of getting that nose in places where it shouldn’t be). Where dogs (and cats) are concerned, if it isn’t one thing, it’s something else. 🙂
And now…let’s bring on April and warmer temps, baby!
Live, love, bark! <3
9 thoughts on “Paws before feeding”
great info graphic, pinning it as I am a pin junkie
LOL, welcome to my world! 😉
Gino’s chew of choice lately is hubby’s glasses. Sigh.
Ha! Maybe you can find him a totally groovy looking frame like yours. 😉
I watch the pup like a hawk, he thinks everything is food…. fortunately he is not the bubble gum guy he prefers lip balm :o(
Most luscious lips around, eh? 🙂
The trick and challenge, is to be ever vigilant if your Furbeast, like Max, loves to scrounge street treats off the sidewalk while on his walk.
Clever dogs can definitely be a challenge when it comes to keeping them safe…oye.