While other parts of the US haven't quite hit a springtime "feel", HERE in Southern California, we most certainly have!
Here are a few TIPS for the season:
Avoid Lillies (Especially for households with kitties!)
Use a leash and chest harness while out on walks to avoid snake or bicycle encounters -as well as running off.
A seatbelting system is not often thought of but necessary if you like to have the windows down while driving with your pup. (I have treated and seen many pup that has either fallen or jumped out & it was never expected by the owners.)
If you open the windows at home, make sure the screens are in good repair.
Teach your pets that there IS a screen there (especially with doors) and to wait at all sliding glass doors. Obedience training goes a long way toward avoiding traumatic injuries in general.
Household cleaning supplies and certain chemicals (even so-called natural oils) can be dangerous if in contact with your pet's fur or even inhaled.
Pets can be affected by seasonal allergies too!
Those baby bunnies, chicks and kittens sure look cute! Please consider a rescue pet though. And remember that ANY new family addition should be a lifelong family addition.
Pets (& people) tend to feel better in the warmer weather if afflicted with arthritic conditions and past injuries. Remember to still take it slowly and be consistent with the physical activity to avoid "weekend warrior syndrome" and further joint and muscle issues.
Are there any other tips you'd like to make mention?