Activated Charcoal is important for all pet owners to have on hand or at least know about – Keep it in easy reach either in your first aid kit or medicine cabinet.
*Activated Charcoal is used for suspected poisonings or toxicity relief. Activated charcoal is a type of natural “carbon” that helps absorb toxins that may be in your pets system.
->Naturally absorbing toxins may help your dog be relieved of potentially fatal or harmful ingested poisons. Activated charcoal has also been known to relieve gas in small doses! (Hmm…Buddy may need to try this out! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the EcoDog post – “Buddy Needs Beano” for more natural remedies!)
Before you need it, it’s a much better idea to simply grab a tube to keep on hand. (*Check with your personal vet before giving your pet any size dose of activated charcoal.)
Pick up activated charcoal to keep on hand from either your local vet, or order online for savings – Click the link & picture below:
*Activated charcoal can help relieve the body of toxins if poisoned by:
->During the Winter time, it’s important to keep your eye out for harmful puddles of chemicals like Antifreeze that your dog might possibly get into! A simple tip to prevent your pup from ingesting antifreeze or other toxins – Wipe your pets feet when they enter the house, removing potentially harmful traces that your dog might otherwise clean off themselves & ingest! …For more Wintertime Pet Safety Tips, visit our other post : Cold Weather Pet Tips & Free Safety Pack Link!
->Household Eco-Tip: Activated Charcoal can also be useful for natural odor & air purifier (similiar to using baking soda!). While gels are easier to give to pets, keep some dried activated charcoal powder in your kitchen, closet or anywhere in your home or office to stay fresh year round!
During the wintertime, this can be extra helpful, as we tend to spend more time indoors!!