The best way to decrease accidental ingestion of antifreeze/coolant by your pets is to keep them away from it. Handle any antifreeze, either ethylene glycol (EG) or propylene glycol (PG), with the greatest caution.

  • Check your driveway and under your car regularly for antifreeze leaks. If your car’s cooling system malfunctions, clean up spills thoroughly and discard cleaning rags where pets can’t reach them.

  • When you change your antifreeze, make sure your pets are secured safely and no children are in the area.

  • If your engine does boil-over, immediately clean up the spill wherever you are.

  • If you even suspect your pet has been exposed to antifreeze, take it to a vet immediately. Be sure to clean cats thoroughly, especially where they can lick themselves.

  • Keep your vet’s phone number by your phone for easy access.

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