26 November 2008

A little warning
Pet owners have been urged to make sure medication is securely stored following a big increase in pet poisoning. Accidents especially those involving nicotine patches and inhalers, are a growing problem, with 34% a year increase in reported cases, say M&S insurance.
Thanks to Big Mo for this news item from a local paper.

4 comments:

Tina W said...

Do the dogs eat the patches and become addicted?

big mo said...

Yes they do Tina they get bad chests that is why they then have an inhaler.

Donna said...

stueys had an inhaler before chewed into the canister aswell!

Tina W said...

I presume he was none the worse-did it stop him smoking?