Your Easter chocolate and your dog - keep them well apart

 
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To those of us who have enough self-control not to eat all our chocolate over the Easter weekend, remember to keep the leftovers well away from your dog

Chocolate Easter eggs and chocolate bars all contain Theobromine, which is very dangerous for a dog as it can elevate their heart rate, cause vomiting, diarrhoea and, in the worst cases, bring about seizure.

Dark chocolate and unsweetened baking chocolate are the most dangerous of all. To be safe keep all chocolate out of reach of pets and make sure children know not to give any of their treats to the family pet.

Contact Mandy or Caroline if you'd like to talk to them about Canine Osteopathy.


*Tilly isn't after the chocolate, she is after the ball placed BEHIND the chocolate to capture the shot. Nevertheless the 90% chocolate was taken and hidden well away after the photograph was taken. Photo taken by her mistress, photographer  Katie Vandyck

*Tilly isn't after the chocolate, she is after the ball placed BEHIND the chocolate to capture the shot. Nevertheless the 90% chocolate was taken and hidden well away after the photograph was taken. Photo taken by her mistress, photographer Katie Vandyck