Pesticide Use Around Pets
People often use pesticides in their homes or yards to control a variety of pests such as insects, weeds and rodents. Pet owners may also apply pesticide products directly to their pets to control ticks and/or fleas. Although these pesticides can be beneficial, they have the potential to hurt your pet if they are not stored and used properly. Remove pets from the area before you begin applying pesticides. Remove all pet toys, chew bones, food bowls and bedding from the area as well. Always read and follow the pesticide label directions before using any pesticide. Keep pets away from treated areas until the pesticide is completely dry and the area has been well ventilated. Cover fish tanks to prevent liquid and vapors from entering the tank. If you use foggers, always turn off fish tank pumps during the application. Pesticide baits are often prepared with food ingredients that can be attractive to pets. If you use rat, mouse or gopher baits or baits for slugs and snails, place the baits in locations where your pet cannot reach them. Consider selecting a bait product with lower potential for secondary poisoning. Granular lawn products may require keeping the pets off the treated area for 24 hours or longer while the granules dissolve and the treated area dries. If you hire a pest control company or lawn service, talk to them about the products they are using and the potential risk to your pets.
Healthy Pets – Bronze Policy – DetailsThe Pet Insurance Guide 2016The Pet Insurance Guide 2016
Key Points to Note Disclaimer Notice: Whilst we have taken great care in ensuring the information below is accurate, we cannot be responsible for its accuracy and you must check all the details with the insurer before purchasing the policy. The details below relate to the current policy available from the insurer. Terms for existing policies you have may be different. Excess and Contribution Rates The standard excess is £99 for pets under 6 and £100 for pets over 6. You also have to pay 15% of vets fees for 5-year-old pets. You have to pay 20% of vet fees for pets 6 years old and over. Vet Fees Benefits Dental Costs: For treatment required as a result of accidents only. Prescription Food: Will pay for up to 4 weeks Euthanasia: Covered Complementary Therapies: Provides £400 complementary therapy cover which is covered in the vet fees limit). Behavioural Therapy: Only covered if caused by another condition insured under the policy. Additional Benefits Death Benefit – Illnesses Not covered Death Benefit – Accidents Not covered Theft & Straying Benefit Not covered Advertising & Reward Not covered Boarding Fees Not covered Holiday cancellation Not covered Travel Cover Limitations: 30 days per policy year for trips to EU countries which are members of the PET travel scheme. If there is anything above which you don’t think is accurate, or you have anything to add please do share below!
Pet Health Care
Preventive health care can help add to the length and quality of your pet’s life, too. All pets deserve the benefits from a lifestyle of optimum nutrition, exercise and regular veterinary visits. The PetGuard philosophy embodies a commitment to you and your pets to provide only natural alternatives for a healthier environment and lifestyle. Our complete line of natural pet care products offer discriminating pet owners the opportunity to provide their pets with the same healthy benefits that we all seek for ourselves. We recommend varying your pet’s diet occasionally by adding portions of fresh meat and vegetables as a part of a natural approach to nutritional well-being. To accustom your pet to a new food, we suggest mixing the new food with the current food. Gradually reduce the amount of the current food until your pet is eating the proper ration of PetGuard Premium pet food. Generally this change should take place over 7 to 10 days unless you are instructed differently by a veterinarian. Abrupt changes in your pet’s diet can cause indigestion. Be sure your pet always has plenty of fresh drinking water in a clean bowl. An adequate water intake is necessary to maintain your pet’s good health and body functions. Your pets are not able to read labels, therefore it is up to you to be their guard dog and pay particular attention to the ingredients contained in your pet’s daily meals.
Safe, All-Natural Odor Control for Pet & Livestock Habitats
We believe that sustaining and protecting a healthy world really begins right here in our very own “Personal worlds.” The same is true when it comes to taking care of your pet’s world. No matter what type of habitat or “World” your pet companions make their home, it’s best for everyone if you keep their digs clean, fresh, hygienic and free of all noxious odors, especially ammonia. Healthy World Pet Deodorizer powered by Sweet PDZ* guarantees to eliminate harmful ammonia odors from your pet’s habitat. Will do so in a safe, nontoxic and all-natural way. Friends, we believe in keeping things pure and simple here. All of us at Sweet PDZ and Healthy World would like you to consider us your pet’s home health care specialist. That’s not to say we’ll fixclear up big Bella’s bladder infection or clip little Ziggy’s paw nails, but we will definitely keep all your pet environments dry and free of odors. That means you will enjoy a healthier, happier and more playful pet, not to mention a good clean conscience. Click away to learn all about the unique features, benefits and uses of our Healthy World and Sweet PDZ deodorizer products; or shall we say, health care products. On average it only takes a person 2.5 minutes of Healthy World webpage scanning before they scream out “Hallelujah” and head to their favorite retailer to buy a bag of Healthy World Pet Deodorizer.