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Human Foods that are Toxic to Pets Poster

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This educational poster Human Foods that are Toxic to Pets is an awesome addition to your clinic's walls. Educate your clients, pet owners and remind your veterinary staff about this important information. Decorate your vet clinic walls and at the same time raise the awareness with this Human Foods that are Toxic to Pets Poster. Veterinary posters are interesting and cool decoration for any wall, whether it is at a vet clinic, vet classroom or even your home. It is the perfect gift for any vet, vet tech, vet student or any vet clinic. Get it as birthday gift or for a clinic's anniversary. A great way to introduce your client to some veterinary knowledge and basics.

SKU: ILVp00018

Printed with Dye/Pigment Reactive Ink

On archival matte paper

Shipped in heavy duty poster tube

Heavy weight (230 gsm), thick base (9.5 mil), and an instant-dry coating that resists fingerprints and smudging.

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    EM
    12/04/2020
    Ebony M.
    United States United States

    PAWsome!

    Very helpful! Love the cheatsheets!

    CH
    09/11/2018
    Carol H.

    Great info

    The poster is very informative. This and the others I bought will be put up when the rescue group I work with does Spay &Neuter clinics for people to read. My only concern is it was pretty expensive for a poster, but I hope it will educate people while they wait for their animals.