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April 13, 2017

Here are 3 tips that may help you, your family and your dog all have a happy and safe celebration this Easter.

1) Easter Eggsplination 

Chocolate is toxic to dogs and the increase in chocolate available at this time of year means even more care should be taken to prevent your dog consuming it! It is important to educate your children not to feed your dog chocolate. In addition, curious canines will sniff out the remnants of chocolate in foil wrapping due to their fantastic sense of smell. Explaining this to your children will help keep chocolate and empty packets out of reach!

TIP: If you are hosting an Easter Egg hunt this year – make sure the dog doesn’t join in! Ensure you know where each egg is hidden and make sure they are all recovered… by your children, not the dog! If your dog wants to play too, why not get the kids to set up a dog treat hunt?

Symptoms of chocolate poisoning in dogs include:

  • Dehydration or excessive thirst

  • Diarrhoea

  • Drooling

  • High temperature and b...

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