Rachel Ann's Country Clips Pet Grooming - Pet Friendly Information & Links
At Rachel Ann's Country Clips Pet Grooming, your pet's safety is our first priority! Our Spa however, has a controlled atmosphere so once your pet leaves the Spa, we want them to be just as safe.
Below are some things listed in and around your home that you may or may not realize are dangerous to your pets health.
If you think your pet has been exposed to a poisonous substance, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center can help. Call 1-888-426-4435, and consult with your veterinarian for follow-up care.
It may save your pet's life!
Items That Can Harm Your Pet
Balls (specifically balls that are small or have a smooth outer coating), batteries, bread twist ties, buttons, coins, cotton swabs, glass, hair pins, jewelry, nylons, paper clips plastic wrap, rubber bands, sharp objects (knives, razors, scissors, nails, needles, etc.), socks, string, yarn, or dental floss, towels, wax.
Aloe, amaryllis, andromeda japonica, asian lily, asparagus fern, austrailian nut, autumn crocus, azalea, belladonna, bird of paradise, bittersweet, black locust, branching ivy, buckeye, buddhist pine, caladium, calla lily, castor bean, ceriman, clematis, cordatum, corn plant, cycads, cyclamen, daffodil, daylily, devil's ivy, dieffenbachia, dumbcane, easter lily, elephant ears, emerald fern, english ivy, eucalyptus, ferns, fiddle leaf philodendron, gold dust dracaena, florida beauty, foxglove, glacier ivy, gladiolas, golden pothos, heavenly bamboo, honeysuckle, hurricane plant, hyacinth, hydrangea, iris, jerusalem cherry, jimson weed, kalanchoe, lantana, lilies (all lilium species), lily of the valley, lupine, marble queen, morning glory, mother-in-law, mountain laurel, narcissus, needlepoint ivy, nephthysis, nightshade, oleander, panda, peace lily, philodendron, poison hemlock, precatory bean (rosary pea), privet, red emerald, rhododendron, ribbon plant, sago palm, satin pothos, schefflera, striped dracaena, sweetheart ivy, tulip, water hemlock, wisteria, yew, yucca.
Avocados, alcoholic beverages, chocolate (all forms), coffee (all forms), fatty foods,
garlic, grapes, gum, candies or other foods sweetened with xylitol, macadamia nuts, moldy/spoiled foods, onions & onion powder, raisins, raw yeast dough, salt, tea leaves.
Algae (can be found in ponds or other bodies of water; certain forms can be toxic.), Antifreeze/coolant (some types of antifreeze or coolant products contain ethylene glycol, which is highly toxic to dogs and cats, even in small amounts), cocoa bean shell mulch fertilizer, compost (particularly if moldy), deck lattice (your dogs or cats can get stuck in the openings under your deck and possibly be strangled), de-icing salts (some formulations may contain chemicals that are hazardous to pets if ingested in large amounts. Look for pet friendly de-icing salts), fences or gates (your pets can run away if they find openings in damaged fences or gates. They can also get hurt or strangled if they get stuck), fire pit/grill (flames can result in serious burns and ashes can cause illness if ingested), gasoline, oil, pesticides, swimming pools and hot tubs (never leave your pet unattended near uncovered pools even if they can swim).
Acetaminophen, anti-cancer drugs, antidepressants, bleach, cold and flu medications, detergents, diet pills, disinfectants, drain cleaners, fabric softner, flea and tick products, fly bait, home insect products, lead, lighter fluid, lime/scale remover, liquid potpourri, mothballs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (ibuprofen, aspirin, etc)., oven cleaner sprays, rat and mouse bait, slug and snail bait, solvents, tobacco products, vitamins.