Top 10 Pet Toxicities - Heavy metals: Lead, which may be in paint, linoleum, and batteries, can be poisonous if eaten by your dog, causing gastrointestinal and neurological problems.... (more)
Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pet - Every year there are more than 100,000 cases of pet poisoning in the U.S. Many of these were caused by substances you probably have in your home, substances... (more)
Warm / Cold Weather Hazards - Every year pets are impacted by seasonal change and items that we use around the home. Many things may seem perfectly harmless to you, but could hurt a... (more)
Holiday Hazards - Holidays are fun for family, but sometimes not so much fun for your pet if they get into the wrong thing. Please watch out for these potential hazards: Christmas... (more)
Toxicity Overview - Pets are curious and will frequently ingest toxic items in their environment. Make sure you "puppy/kitty" proof your house as you would for a toddler. Put all chemical,... (more)
Electrocution - Rabbits and young pups are sometimes found to have chewed through an electrical cord resulting in self electrocution. You may or may not see wounds on your pets lips... (more)
Over the Counter Medications - Many human medications are not safe to use in your pet. Some of the most commonly given human medications (Motrin, Tylenol and aspirin) are very toxic... (more)
Active Bleeding - Should your pet become injured and start to bleed, apply a clean cloth to the sight of bleeding and apply pressure. Maintain pressure until the bleeding stops or... (more)