Are Tidy Cat Breeze Pellets Toxic To Dogs

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Can pellets hurt a dog?

If you and your dog are lucky, a pellet might end up just under the skin, where it won’t cause serious damage. Pellet wounds can be serious, even fatal. Pellet wounds aren’t “clean,” because dirt, along with the animal’s hair and skin, enters the body. That means infection is likely.

What kind of pellets is Tidy Cats Breeze?

Our unscented litter pellets are designed to work with the Tidy Cats Breeze litter system (sold separately). The low tracking cat litter pellets allow urine to pass through, leaving solid waste on top. This makes scooping your Breeze cat litter system quick and easy.

Is Feline Pine the same as Breeze pellets?

This includes pine pellets, so if you choose to use something like Feline Pine, the Breeze system will still work. Unlike pine pellets, Breeze pellets will not dissolve when exposed to liquid. They are designed to let the cat pee drain through, down to the drawer layer.

Are pellet stove pellets toxic to dogs?

Unfortunately, if a puppy eats the litter pellets, they could expand inside his intestines and cause a dangerous blockage. Because puppies are so small, it doesn’t take much litter to create a blockage, so it’s best to get Fido to the vet immediately if he’s been snacking on wood pellet litter.

What happens if a dog eats a freshness packet?

Q: Is it a threat to dogs? A: No true toxicity risk exists from exposure to silica gel packets. The beads do not enlarge in the stomach and the exterior packaging is usually soft and presents little risk of injury of obstruction.

Can you wash and reuse Breeze Litter Pellets?

A: Yes, and it works. However, you aren’t just “washing” them to clean them but you need to “recharge” them since they absorb the ammonia smell.

How long do Tidy Cats Breeze pellets last?

One bag of Breeze Litter Pellets contain enough for one month of use.

Can Tidy cat Breeze pellets be flushed?

These litter pellets are not designed to be flushed down the toilet. Please do not flush cat waste in toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains.

Is wood pellet cat litter safe?

Any type of wood pellet that has been kiln dried is safe for use as cat litter. This includes a variety of woods, like pine, cedar, and oak. Pellets made for a variety of purposes may also be used, like wood stove fuel and equine bedding pellets. Paper and Breeze pellets are also cat-safe alternatives.

How often should I change wood pellet cat litter?

Wood and pine pellet litter should be cleaned daily. Sift sawdust at least once a day and scoop solids as soon as possible after use. With a consistent cleaning routine, pellet litter should only need to be changed about once every four weeks.