Pet Tales: Ensure your pets have a happy and safe 'Howl-o-ween'
Heather Warlick: Halloween decorations and candy get us into the Halloween spirit but can pose safety risks for pets and children. Here are tips from White Oaks Veterinary Clinic for avoiding some of those hazards.
Dr. Bianchi said, “Xylitol is really new, but over the past year we have seen several cases of toxicity that have required days of hospitalization.”
Candy wrappers, if chewed, can cause choking or intestinal blockage.
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