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Hidden Dangers!

What household items could be a hazard to your furry friend?

Having a pet can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but there are several hidden dangers present in your household that you should be aware of.

Join us on a journey through the average Queensland household and test your pet safety knowledge by identifying these hidden dangers!

From the kitchen to the backyard, four areas of the home will list five items commonly found in that environment for you to rank. These could be; plants, ingredients and products that can be found in any home.

Keep an open mind about what could be potentially toxic and rank them from most to least dangerous. On completion of our challenge, you’ll receive a Hidden Dangers Guide, and, depending on your results, could even see you enter the draw to win a $500 shopping gift card!

What are you waiting for? Help protect your furry friend, raise awareness about these hidden dangers, and help support RSPCA QLD’s critical services today!

Every entry receives an RSPCA Hidden Dangers Guide and fridge magnet with emergency details.

This guide goes into detail about some of the hidden dangers present in the average household and how you can make your home pet friendly. It also includes information that is critical if your pet has been exposed to a hidden danger.


Rank every hidden danger correctly to enter the draw to win a……

$500 voucher

Did you know?

Chocolate is highly toxic, just 50g can kill a dog.

Chocolate's key ingredient, Theobromine, is extremely hazardous to our four-legged friends and can cause a range of problems.

Both grapes and raisins are bad for dogs. They can cause severe reactions and may even be fatal.

Surprisingly, the exact cause of toxicity in dogs after they ingest a grape is not known, nor is the amount required for our furry friends to become ill.

About the RSPCA


RSPCA QLD works hard to protect all creatures great and small, from native wildlife to beloved domestic pets, we seek to educate the public to ensure that no animal should suffer.

In 2020 we investigated over 17,000 cruelty complaints and cared for over 51,000 animals across Queensland. We work with councils, rescue groups and wildlife workers to ensure that no animal has to suffer neglect, abuse, abandonment or illness. We do this thanks to a dedicated team of staff, volunteers and our generous donors.