The poison-caked lace burlPs are not intended to be worn by pets, but the Burlap® line from the company behind the Poison Control Center® label is.
The poison can penetrate the burlap and be absorbed by pets.
But it’s not clear how long the burl can be worn.
The Burlap label was first approved in 2011 for pets.
Since then, Burlap has introduced a number of products that can be used by pets including the Burl Sack and Burlap Sack Cover.
The Burlap bags, however, are intended for personal care items, such as bedding, pillows, pillowcases, and other items.
They can be purchased in packs of eight or more for up to $30 each.
According to the Burap website, “We believe that the Burlamap bags have become an essential piece of a pet’s life and a valuable tool for keeping pets healthy and safe.
In the same way, Burlamaps are also a vital piece of the Pet Friendly Living® initiative.””
In fact, we’re constantly working on new products that will further extend the PetSafe® product line,” the company said in a statement.
“With the Petsafe® initiative, we are committed to developing a product line that will keep pets safe and well.”
The Poison Control Centers’ poison control hotline can be reached at 1-800-222-1222.