Safety Ice Melt now available at Decadent Dogs

Posted on by roxanne

Protect your pets from salt with Safety Ice Melt! Contains NO rock salt! Pets should not ingest salt, and their paws certainly can’t handle salt, it causes them to dry and crack.

Always wipe your dog’s paws with a moist towel after walking outside on snowy days, says Louise Murray, D.V.M., vice president of the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Trim the hair between the dog’s toes to reduce mineral collection, or put doggie booties on all four paws as extra protection.

Don’t let your dog lick salt or even ice melt or drink from puddles or slush pools when its outside. Even very limited amounts of 100 percent sodium chloride can be lethal to dogs.

 

 

 

 



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