Onions, Garlic and Chives

Posted: 10th December 2019

These ingredients are known to cause stomach and red blood cell damage to pets.

Initially symptoms are vomiting and diarrhoea but can also cause damage to red blood cells resulting in anaemia.

Be careful while you cook: it’s worth keeping your pets out of the kitchen in case you drop anything. Once you’re all sorted and everything is in the oven, be sure to have a good clean up (especially of the floor) before letting them come back in.

Please make sure you keep these foods well away from your pets at all times.

Contact Manor Vets promptly if your pet has eaten any toxic foods.

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Onions, Garlic and Chives

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