Keep Your Pet Safe This Easter

Chocolate CatAt Easter, it is important to remember that many of the delicious seasonal treats that are around at the moment could potentially be very harmful to our pets.

What we consider to be treats can be extremely dangerous for our furry friends - chocolate, raisins, sultanas and currants should all be avoided, as ingestion can be toxic, even fatal. Please ensure all chocolate goodies and hot cross buns are kept well out of your pets reach, and if you have children ask them not to feed your pets anything.

Keep your pet on their normal diet and avoid giving them any of your leftovers as it may cause an upset tummy, or worse. Do not give your pet cooked bones; they can splinter or get lodged in your pet’s throat, fracture teeth or cause serious internal damage if swallowed. 

If you suspect your pet has eaten anything poisonous, it is very important that you contact us straight away - the sooner we can take action, the better.

Remember, with our 24-hour on-site emergency service we are here for you and your pet whenever you need us, day or night! Just call us on 0113 2369030.


Holly House Veterinary Hospital, 468 Street Lane, Moortown, Leeds  LS17 6HA

Holly House Veterinary Clinic, Unit C, Moor Allerton Centre, King Lane, Leeds LS17 5NY

t. 0113 2369030

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