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Thursday, 14 May 2020

Oilseed Rape Fields & Other Dangers To Dogs

With a number of fields adjacent to foot paths and common walking areas for local dogs please be aware that allowing a dog to run freely through the crop could be dangerous. There is some evidence that the plant can be toxic to dogs, and it can cause severe abrasion to eyes and ears. 

To read more online please click HERE

Other potential Spring dangers for pets include Daffodils, Ivy, Bluebells and Adder bites. To read further advice online click HERE