Pet safety

Prevent pet poisoning at home

Thousands of pets become seriously ill from ingesting common household toxins every year. March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness month, which was established to make pet owners aware of cleaners, solvents, pesticides, and medicines that can be dangerous to our pets if ingested.

This infographic offers a valuable look into which toxins to watch out for, and what to do if you think your pet has consumed something poisonous:

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They're part of your family. Make sure they’ll be cared for, no matter what, with a will. Nationwide can help you create your free and legally binding will in as little as 20 minutes today.

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They're part of your family. Make sure they’ll be cared for, no matter what, with a will. Nationwide can help you create your free and legally binding will in as little as 20 minutes today.

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