We all love our pets, whether they live in our own home or we admire someone else's.
An important part of having a pet is maintaining their health
Pets, especially dogs and cats, are heavily affected by the use of pesticides in our community. They are more vulnerable to the chemicals used to treat weeds, due to their proximity to the ground, their investigative nature, and unprotected paws. Pets come in contact with pesticides by digging, sniffing, licking, and eating unknown objects.
Scientists are linking pesticides to canine cancer and other health issues
A six year study reported 70% higher risk to canine malignant lymphoma in dogs exposed to professionally applied pesticides .