Lead-based Exposure Health Risks

Symptoms of Lead Poisoning

Protect Your Tenants and Pets   

If your dog or animal sniffs the ground all day and sits in lead-based paint dust and a child touches it and later eats or breathes it. The child has a chance of being poisoned.

Dogs, cats, and other pets are not immune to lead poisoning. You can get them tested. We prefer getting  EPA Trained in cleaning for lead dust.