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After cold winters, we anxiously wait for spring’s arrival and dream of warm and sunny days. At the first sight of spring, many of us dust off our gardening tools and begin to tend to our yards. Our pets equally enjoy this warm weather and enjoy being outside with us. It is important to recognize that many beautiful flowers we plant can be toxic to our pets, such as tulips, daffodils, certain lilies, and crocus plants.
Our recent winter is one we're looking forward to leaving behind, and it officially ends this month. As you look forward to spring, the Gehrman Animal Hospital veterinary team encourages you to take a few minutes to consider seasonal hazards from your pet’s perspective. By taking the time to pet-proof your home and yard, as well as being proactive with parasite prevention, you and your pet can fully enjoy the season together!