The best time to talk to your veterinary clients about the dangers of smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning is before they need the information. In the midst of an emergency, pet owners aren't thinking clearly and will react on insinct. Make sure their instinct is to take sufficient care of their pets by providing clients with this handout. It covers the common causes and signs of carbon monoxide poisoning in pets, what to do if they suspect carbon monoxide poisoning in their pets, as well as best practices to prevent episodes.
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