Veterinarians are urging owners to take extra precautions with their pets when they are exposed to the herbicide paraquat.
The herbicide is used to control worms in cattle, sheep, and goats, as well as in pets.
If pets are exposed, the symptoms are often a rash or burning sensation, and diarrhea.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that about half of pets treated with paraquas are severely affected.
The most common are dogs and cats, but other pets also can be affected, including cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, guppies, and dogs.
Paraquats are used to kill many diseases in animals and are widely used in many countries around the world.
The CDC recommends that owners use their pets for their entire lives, but for some pets, the effects of paraquats can last for months.
It is important to monitor the pets closely for signs of infection.
The Paraquat Safety and Control Program, a nonprofit, says owners should be aware of the risk to their pets and their home and should take measures to limit the exposure.
“The more time your pet is exposed to paraquets, the greater the risk,” said Dr. Amy Miller, a veterinarian with the program.
“Paying attention to their environment and how much they are interacting with other animals can be a big part of that,” she added.
“It can be as simple as keeping your pet on a leash, staying away from the fence, and keeping a safe distance from your house.”
The CDC advises owners to wash their hands thoroughly and thoroughly dry them regularly with a soft cloth or paper towel.
They should also keep a close eye on their pets’ environment and make sure they are keeping the pets in a safe environment, like a house or garage.
They can also use a pet duster to help prevent their pets from spreading their disease.
The EPA says owners can also prevent paraquates from spreading other diseases through the use of disinfectant, such as bleach, soap, and vinegar.
The agency also says that paraquases should never be used on pet food.
Owners should also avoid using products that contain paraquatal, such and shampoo, shampoo and conditioner.
“They are not safe for pets, and it is a very common misconception that parquats are safe for people,” Miller said.