Unfortunately, with beautiful weather comes rapid growth of vegetation meaning grass seeds are out and about.
Many common kinds of grass, weeds and flowers all have the potential to disrupt your pet’s outdoor adventures. Sometimes these allergies can be due to contact, while other times their irritating substance can be inhaled. Other plants and fruits are more dangerous when they are eaten. The most common places we find grass seeds caught are in ear canals, in between toes, up nostrils, in eyelids or even behind the eyes
Just like children, pets love to explore and try new things. Dogs and cats often explore by tasting, chewing and rolling on things that they shouldn’t. Plants, flowers and fruits are a common temptation to pets. Unfortunately, many of the common plants, springtime flowers and fruit trees can be found in our backyards, homes and parks have toxins that can be very harmful to our pets in more ways than one.