Bling's Blog - Pet Safety

Easter Hazards & Chocolate Toxicity

Easter is on its way!    Bling here! Everyone at Cahill Animal Hospital has been eating chocolate eggs this week. They smell really interesting but I am not allowed to eat them because they said chocolate is poisonous to me. I wanted to play with them

Ethylene Glycol Toxicity

Ethylene Glycol Toxicity What is Ethylene Glycol? Ethylene glycol is a toxic, odourless, and colourless organic liquid that is used in the manufacturing of several compounds and substances. Ethylene glycol may be found in several products such as, but not limited to: Antifreeze or radiator coolants Winshield de-icing agents Brake fluids

Fire Safety for Pets

Pet Fire Safety Winter is here! Whilst all of us gather around various sources of heating to warm our cold feet, hands and paws over the winter season, it is vital to take precautions to prevent accidents from happening around the house. Below is an important pet fire safety message from Bling and the team at Cahill's.


Tips to Help Keep Your Pet Happy During the Fireworks Season The Do's Provide a safe hiding space Secure all exit points (windows, doors, cat flaps etc) - have your pet microchipped so that they can be identified if they escape. Decrease visual exposure to the fireworks - keep your pets indoors, away from windows, and shut the curtains

Guy Fawkes Day

Guy Fawkes Day   There are many things you can do

Rat Bait Toxicity

Rat Bait (Rodenticide) Toxicity Why is rat bait toxic to pets? Rat bait (rodenticide) contains active ingredients from a family of anticoagulants (anti-clotting agents), such as warfarin, brodifacoum, coumarin, coumatetralyl, diphacinone etc. Anticoagulant rodenticides exerts their toxicity side effects by interfering with the body's clotting mechanism by rapidly depleting V
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Other Entries

  • Cholecalciferol (Possum Bait) Toxicity
  • COVID-19 Lockdown: Keep Your Pets Safe
  • Disaster Planning
  • Driveway Safety
  • Drug Safety: Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
  • Drug Safety: Steroidal Medications
  • Easter Hazards & Chocolate Toxicity
  • Ethylene Glycol Toxicity
  • Fire Safety for Pets
  • Fireworks
  • Guy Fawkes Day
  • Rat Bait Toxicity
  • Safe Summer Swimming Spots
  • Snail Bait Toxicity
  • Sunscreen for Pets
  • Supervising Interactions between Pets & Kids
  • Thunderstorms
  • Winter Pet Safety
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