If your pet is taking any type of medication, be sure to store it away from small children.
A new research warned children at home may be at risk of poisoning from medications meant for the family pet.
Experts looked at more than 1,400 calls made to the Ohio Poison Center regarding vet medicines. They found almost 90-percent of the children involved were under five. Many picked up medication spit out by the pet, or got into the pet’s food which had medicines.
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