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Vets issue e-cigarette alert after rise in pet poisonings — 4 Comments

  1. The answer for this concern is proper handling of e-liquid. Don’t leave your e-liquid lying around where your pets can get a hold of them. Be responsible enough to store them in a secure place.

  2. Most people who use E-cigarettes may not realize that the cartridges (even if empty) have the potential to poison a pet, if ingested or chewed on. This would most likely apply to puppies and dogs, but would be especially dangerous to kittens who chew on everything. Cannabis cartridges may have the same potential.

    I suspect it would also apply to toddlers or young children that might put these in their mouth while teething, or out of curiosity.

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