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Presidential TREAT-ment

Give your dog the Presidential TREAT-ment with Grateful Pet’s Inauguration special! Blue Buffalo Red, White and BLUE Bar Dog Treats $4.89 (originally $5.89). These healthy, oven-baked treats are packed with vitamins and wholesome natural ingredients and are made free of corn, wheat, soy and by-products.


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Simply tell us what type of food your dog or cat likes. (And the little extra treats too!) Then tell us how often you want it delivered and POOF! Grateful Pet will deliver everything right to your door.

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Dangers of Rock Salt and Ice Melts to Your Pets

Dangers of Rock Salt and Ice Melts to Your Pets

This winter, when you let your cat outside to roam, or as you’re walking your dog, you need to be aware of the dangers lurking on driveways, sidewalks and roads. Rock salt and ice melts may be great products for reducing your risk of car accidents or falls on slippery surfaces, but they’re not so great for your pets when they’re exposed to these products. There are several types of products used for melting ice. Generally, they’re called “rock salt,” because they contain sodium chloride which is salt. However, ice melt products can also contain potassium chloride, magnesium chloride, calcium carbonate and calcium magnesium, or a mixture of these and other chemicals. These chemicals should be avoided to keep your pets safe. When in ingested in small amounts, these chemicals can cause mouth irritation, drooling, vomiting and diarrhea. If your dog or cat eats or drinks a large amount of snow or water containing ice melt, they can experience excessive thirst, lethargy, weakness or fainting due to low blood pressure, and poor muscle function. In severe cases, de-icing products can result in seizures, coma, and even death if your pet consumes too much. Additionally, rock salt can become lodged in between your pet’s paws, where it can heat up to 170 degrees F. To understand how hot rock salt can get, fill a zip lock bag with a tablespoon of rock salt and a few drops of water. Then zip it up. Wait a minute or two and feel the bag. You’ll notice how hot it can get. Now imagine how this can feel if gets stuck in your...
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