All pet owners and lovers want to do what’s right for their furry family member. That means giving them the best foods, treats, toys, and medical care. It also means educating themselves on pet safety at home and away from home.

For over 50 years, March has been designated as Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. The month is sponsored by the National Poisoning Prevention Council (“the Council”). It is a group of representatives from government and nonprofit organizations that have an interest in the prevention of unintentional poisoning through raising awareness and public education. By taking time to learn about the needs of your pets, you can help ensure they live the longest, healthiest lives possible. Here is some important information on pet poisons commonly found in the household.

Poisonous to Dogs and Cats