What are the Risks of Using Holi Colors & Gulal on Pets?
Holi is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in India and other parts of the world. It is a joyous occasion that marks the arrival of spring and celebrates the victory of good over evil. During this festival, people throw colored powder at each other as a sign of celebration.
However, while this tradition may be fun for humans, it can be dangerous for pets. The colored powders used in Holi contain toxic chemicals that can cause skin irritation and respiratory problems in animals if they come into contact with them. Therefore, it is important to take precautions when using these powders around pets to ensure their safety and health. In this article, we will discuss the risks associated with using colored powders on pets during Holi and how to keep them safe during this festive season.
How to Prepare Your Pet Dogs & Cats for Holi Celebrations
While we enjoy the colors and festivities of Holi, we need to make sure that our pets don't get hurt or scared in the process.
Therefore, it is important to take some precautions and follow some pet safety tips when preparing your pet dogs & cats for Holi celebrations. From pet grooming to keeping them away from loud noises and toxic colors, there are several ways to keep your pets safe during this festive season so they can also enjoy the festivities without worrying about their safety.
What Should You Do if Your Pet Gets Exposed to Harmful Colored Powders?
If your pet is exposed to harmful colored powders, it is important to take immediate action. The first step should be to use wet wipes or a damp cloth to remove as much of the powder as possible from the pet's body.
For easy cleaning of the body after meals, walks, outdoor activities, in between cleaning, or anything else, BASIL presents wipes for pets. Due to their alcohol-free nature, these wipes are completely safe to use on any part of the body, including the face, mouth, paws, bum, or anywhere else on the body. It's formulated with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E to keep the coat soft for regular use.
After this, you should use a foam shampoo specifically designed for pets to clean the coat and skin of your pet.
With BASIL Moisturizing Foam Shampoo, your pet's coat condition is taken into consideration and therefore the pH level is balanced, as well as the moisture factor is added. In addition to the natural freshness of the Geranium and Rosemary essential oils. This dry shampoo does not require water, so it can be used wherever and whenever you need to clean your pet.
Finally, give your pet a bath with mild shampoo and warm water. This will help remove any remaining powder residue and prevent any allergic reactions or skin irritation. Taking these steps will ensure that your pet stays safe and healthy after being exposed to colored powders.
Basil is pleased to offer you a superior skin care product for your pet. To eliminate all dirt and residue, this innovative formulation combines cleaning agents with basil oil. As a result, your pet gets a fresh, bright, and lustrous coat so you can keep on hugging them all the time.