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Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Fires… oh my!!!!

Published on October 2, 2017
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

Rebecca Colwell, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist It is not something we ever want to think about let alone deal with. The last few months we have had our fair share of natural disasters and sadly not every was prepared. To remedy this, be sure to make arrangements ahead of time for your pets as part …continue reading

Camping With Dogs

Published on May 31, 2016
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

Candi Amundson, CVT Associate Veterinary Information Specialist It is finally here, our 1st family camping trip with our puppy!  I am a medical professional and specialize in toxicology with animals. I am overwhelmed with all the possible things that could go wrong on a camping trip with your pet, but there are many more things …continue reading

Cats and Christmas Trees

Published on December 1, 2014
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

By Catherine Angle, DVM Staff Veterinarian at Pet Poison Helpline Afraid your holiday cheer will wreak havoc on your feline friends?  You’re right, it might!  Christmas trees present a dangerous temptation to cats.  There are a couple of precautions that you should take to keep your favorite feline from spending your Christmas bonus on veterinary …continue reading

Pet First Aid 101

Published on May 20, 2013
Categorized under: Blog,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

By Dr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC When it comes to caring for your dog or cat, prevention is the best medicine. So, how do we prevent accidents and emergencies from happening in the first place? Simple steps of prevention like: Keeping your dog on a leash or under strict verbal control (to prevent being hit …continue reading

Keeping Pets Safe this Holiday Season

Published on November 28, 2012
Categorized under: Media Releases,Pet Safety Tips,Uncategorized

The holiday season is a magical time to reconnect with family and friends, deck the halls, and celebrate the spirit of giving. Most pets seem to enjoy the holidays too and some are lucky enough to get their own stocking stuffed with new toys and treats. But fun times can quickly turn to tragedy when …continue reading