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Protecting Your Pet From Pesticides

Wednesday, August 7, 2013
posted by Jim Murphy

PUPPY KITTENHomeowners use pesticides in their yards for a variety of reasons. Some use pesticides to improve the look of their lawns. If you let your dog or cat outside, you may be placing your pet in danger if your are not careful with pesticides.

  • Remove pets and all pet items from the lawn before applying pesticides.
  • Adhere to the instructions on the pesticide label. The instructions should indicate how to apply the product as well as how long you should wait after applying the pesticide before allowing children and ┬ápets back on the lawn.
  • If you need to use a pesticide indoors, keep all areas treated for pests off limits for pets. If you have a bug or rodent problem, your pet will be in danger if he eats a bug that has been treated with pesticides.

Use your common sense and come up with a plan for your pets before using pesticides.

Remember, your pets count!

 

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