Our ‘Panic Prevention and Emergency Pet-Care Preparedness’ seminar is this Saturday, May 6th from 11am-12pm. This seminar is free to attend, and will have lots of great information and tips on what to do in case of a pet emergency, and most importantly, how to prevent them from happening in the first place!
Grapes, chocolate…even YOU aloe vera? If you’re a dog or cat parent, there can be many common, hidden dangers in any household. Do you know what to do, or who to call, in case of a pet emergency?
If you’re not sure of the answer, then this is the seminar for you! In this seminar we will cover:
-Common human foods which are toxic for pets
-Household plants, cleaners and other items poisonous to our furry companions
-Who to call in case of an emergency
-Items to always have on hand in case of an emergency
-Hints that something may be wrong with your pet (your pet’s poop can tell you a lot!)
-”Panic-proof” emergency contact reference sheet
A pet emergency can be a very stressful situation, but you can keep the panic at bay with a little bit of preparation!
The seminar takes place from 11am-12pm on Saturday, May 6th at Tom&Sawyer Fresh Prepared Pet Meals (1247 Queen St. East, in Leslieville).
We hope to see you there!