By Karen A. Soukiasian
Each year, thousands of pets die of canine carcinomas and/or liver and kidney failure. It is usually chalked up to “cause unknown.”
Granted certain breeds such as the Scottie are predisposed to bladder cancer or transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), but how many other dogs and cats are exposed to lawns treated chemically by either professional lawn care companies, or even worse, amateur lawn care specialists…the home owner.
How many pet owners do you know, who have or lost a dog or cat diagnosed with bladder cancer, liver or kidney failure…for no “known” reason?
In some neighborhoods lawn care is pretty much a religion. Neighbors compete with each other for the greenest, most weed and bug-free, photo perfect lawn on the street. In some neighborhoods it’s almost a blood sport. Continue reading “Lawn chemicals pose threat to your dog’s health”