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The Grass is Always Greener: Common Fertilizer and Herbicide Exposures in Pets

Published on June 10, 2016
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

Holly Hommerding, DVM Associate Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology Summer brings with it copious amounts of sunshine and warm weather, and with it, follows the aching need to break our cabin fever and explore the great outdoors.  As gardening and yard work efforts increase, so do the inadvertent exposures of our pets to the various tools of …continue reading

Home Away From Home With Your Pet

Published on May 25, 2016
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

Sharon Billings, CVT Senior Veterinary Information Specialist Do you have travel plans for a summer vacation? Do those plans include a brief stop or a long stay at someone else’s home? Are you considering bringing your four-legged family member along? Most likely, your own home has been “pet-proofed” for a long time (congratulations!) but if …continue reading

Quick Spring Refreshers

Published on June 9, 2015
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips

By Candi Amundson, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist at Pet Poison Helpline As we see spring coming close to an end we will be welcoming summer soon! Here are some quick spring/summer time refreshers about flowers, fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides, and cleaning products that can cause risk when exposed. Flowers Plants like Iris, Dogwood, Lilacs, Geraniums, Poppies, …continue reading

Poisonous Springtime Plants

Published on May 23, 2013
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips

By Jessica Remitz, Pet360 As you head into the garden to plant some bulbs or clip some fresh flowers, it’s important to keep in mind some plants and fertilizers can be toxic to your pet in the springtime. We’ve asked Justine Lee, the associate director of Pet Poison Helpline to share some details on potentially …continue reading

Protecting Pets from Poisons in the Yard and Garden

Published on May 7, 2012
Categorized under: Media Releases,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

After an unseasonably warm winter, many gardens and yards around the country are growing and blossoming well ahead of schedule. Outdoor enthusiasts who are also pet owners are delighted with the early onset of spring, enjoying their outdoor living spaces while watching their pets run and play. The veterinary and toxicology experts at Pet Poison …continue reading