As the days get Shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s important to remember the health and safety of your four-legged, feathered, or scaled family members. Our pets face many dangers during the winter months, but you can keep them safe with Bird and Pet Clinic of Roseville.
1 )FEEDING: Staying warm requires extra calories. As the temperature drops, your pet’s
nutritional needs increase. We’ll be glad to give you advice on cold weather care and feeding just give us a call.
2) ANTIFREEZE: Another thing to watch in the cooler weather: antifreeze spills in your garage.
Antifreeze is extremely toxic to dogs and cats. Please be careful whenever you’re handling
antifreeze or dispensing of fluids from your car radiator. These fluids can cause severe and frequently
fatal kidney damage. Look for the safer products on the market, and thoroughly clean up any spills or leaks at
once. Also, be sure to keep containers closed tightly and stored out of reach.
If you suspect your pet has taken even a lick of antifreeze, see the vet immediately.