Easter Chocolate. Chocolate is toxic for pets, yet they always seem to find it if they can. Keep your Easter treats out of reach of your pets to prevent serious illness.
Toxic Flowers. Some plants that start to grow and bloom in spring are actually quite toxic to dogs, cats, or other animals. Two of the most common culprits this time of year are lilies and azaleas, but you can see the full list here.
Window Screens. That fresh air will be calling to your pets just like it calls to you, so make sure if you open a window that it has a sturdy, well-installed screen in place. This will keep your pet from jumping out the window and potentially putting themselves in danger.
Everyone's glad that Spring is coming, especially your pets. Take them out into the nice weather—it will be fun for both of you!