Could Your Household Cleaning Products Be Making Your Pet Sick?

Could Your Household Cleaning Products Be Making Your Pet Sick?

Time To Clean Up The Mess

These days, people will do just about anything for their pets. From preparing gourmet meals to buying fancy beds, everyone is trying to give their pets a taste of the good life. Yet, while these pet owners are buying embroidered leashes and paying for fancy grooming services, they may be neglecting one of the more obvious and important things they can do to give their furry friend a longer and healthier life: buying the right cleaning products.

There are a number of common ingredients found in everyday cleaning products that can be harmful to our pets. Strong acidic or alkaline cleaners are the most dangerous because of their corrosive nature, but there are a number of other red flag ingredients that can harm your pets, such as:

Rubbing Alcohol
Hydrogen Peroxide

Bad Behavior

If you’ve been using cleaners with these ingredients, it’s important to know what symptoms and behaviors to look out for in case your pet does ingest or come in contact with them. Common reactions include:

Difficulty breathing
Convulsions or seizures
Abdominal pain
Red and inflamed paw pads or skin
General lethargy
Decreased appetite

If you notice any of these signs in your pet, call your veterinarian immediately.

The CleanBoss Solution

We’re pet lovers. We even have a few furry friends running around our office and want to make sure they’re safe and healthy just as you do with your pets.  This is why we developed our groundbreaking Disinfectant & Cleaner. It’s powered by Thymol, derived from the Thyme plant, meaning there are no harsh chemicals or toxic ingredients that can harm your pet. But that doesn’t mean it’s not effective.  In fact, it can clean, disinfect, deodorize, and kill 99.9% of germs, fungi, molds, bacteria and viruses, including Cold and Flu Viruses. This is why we call it the world’s most powerful botanically derived multi-surface disinfectant & cleaner.

New Tricks For Old Dogs

Switching to non-toxic cleaners can help keep your home clean and your pets healthy but there are a few other things you can do to ensure everyone is protected.

  • Keep all cleaning products and tools from laying around where they can be reached

  • Keep your pet crated or in a different room while you clean

  • Make sure your garbage bags and cans have lids

  • Secure the doors or cabinets or closets where you store cleaning products

  • Keep windows open when cleaning to ensure proper ventilation

Stop taking chances with your furry friends and make the switch to our super powerful botanically derived disinfectant. You’ll breathe easier and they will too.