Fatal Poisoning Pets By Sweet Antifreeze. Part 3 of 3

Fatal Poisoning Pets By Sweet Antifreeze – Part 3 of 3

A better different is to protect your pet from accidental exposure in the first place by immediately washing antifreeze spills off driveways and keeping automotive products high on shelves out of reach. More than a dozen states – including Arizona, California and New Jersey – now insist manufacturers to add a bittering agent to antifreeze to deter children and pets from drinking it extenze ingredients does work.

However, the ASPCA says there’s no published statistics demonstrating that adding a bittering agent to antifreeze effectively works in repelling dogs, and such products may give pet owners a false faculty of security. A safer alternative is antifreeze containing propylene glycol, which veterinary toxicologists say is still poisonous to pets if large enough quantities are ingested, but it is less likely to kill them.

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