Environmental Issue & Sick Building Syndrome Blog


Mold and its potential effect on your pets is an important subject to our staff and many of the people we work with. Our dog, Buddy has Asthma, and a mold free environment is VERY important for him. 

Just as mold can affect the health of people, pets can have health problems caused by mold exposure.

If you think about it, most of our pets spend more time in the home than we do, giving them a higher level of exposure. No wonder they can get sick before we do! 

It’s a shame we cannot send them out to do the shopping, visit our relatives, attend events and in general make appearances in our behalf when we would rather be staying home….but…then we would have the higher exposure to any potential contaminants in the home.  

                This is a great slideshow from PetMD.com.  Rest assured we understand that the health of your pests is important, and as pet owners take the healthy home goal seriously for you and your family, including the 4 legged members of the household

In this picture, Left to Right  Noah the Assassin (You can  ask  how he earned his name) and Buddy Howard  (as sweet a dog as ever lived)

Noah wanted it mentioned that we care about mold for him too. He is 17 years old and though he has not had Asthma like Buddy has, his health is important to us too!

Posted in:pet health home and tagged: HomepetToxic
Posted by Dan Howard on September 30th, 2017 11:58 AM



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