"Stagnant puddles can expose pets to harmful bacteria and viruses, causing vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, and abdominal pain. Keep pets hydrated with clean water and avoid stagnant sources."
"Pool water, even if diluted, can cause excessive urination, accidents and thirst in pets if consumed regularly. Ensure fresh water is available and limit unattended pool access."
"Stagnant water in lakes or ponds may harbor harmful bacteria, viruses, and algae, causing serious health risks like leptospirosis in dogs. Ensure immediate vet care if symptoms appear."
"Chemicals in toilet water, even if diluted, can harm pets if consumed regularly. Symptoms include vomiting and stomach irritation. Keep toilet bowl closed or bathroom door shut for prevention."
"Consuming ocean water, loaded with sodium, can lead to dehydration, diarrhea, and even seizures in dogs. During beach play, take breaks and provide fresh water to your pet."
"Distilled water, lacking minerals, can cause electrolyte loss and over-hydration in pets if used as a sole drinking source. Use it sparingly and supplement with mineral-rich water."
"Home-collected water may contain toxins from yard chemicals, pesticides, and more, leading to vomiting, tremors, seizures. Prevent exposure by keeping pets away from home-formed puddles."