Apr 03 2012

Pets & Easter Chocolate

Chocolate is delicious to most of us, but for your pet, it’s a different story. Chocolate can contain high amounts of fat and methylxanthines (a caffeine-like ingredient), which can cause flu-like symptoms in your pet if eaten. Some of these symptoms could include vomiting and diarrhea, panting, excessive thirst and urination, seizures and in severe cases it can be fatal. Avoid endangering the life of your pet…give them pet-safe treats instead!

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