Are Outdoor Pesticides Poisoning You and Your Dogs?
Toxins like Malathion and Naled contained in bug sprays are also a danger as they contain neurotoxic organophosphates and can disrupt nervous system function causing headaches, nausea, and diarrhea.
“Inactive Chemicals” contained in pesticides cause respiratory issues and can lead to Asthma-like symptoms.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website lists all pesticides, toxicities and safety instructions. I would also recommend If you use a pest control company demanding to know what products they are using.
4 ways to Prevent Cancer and Side-Effects From Outdoor Pesticides
Wash your dog’s paws after a walk or dog park visit
-Enquire what chemicals are being used at the dog park
-Use natural pesticides for your own lawn. (not only will your 4-legged children benefit but also your two-legged kids) Kids play in the lawn and put their hands in their mouths and dogs lick their paws after being outdoors
-Use Citronella plants outdoors as natural repellants
DID YOU KNOW- When you spray toxic chemical outdoors your pets and family and ventilation system can carry them indoors!
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