Month: February 2018

Jo Marshall CVT, NREMT Senior Veterinary Information Specialist It seems that there is a new horror story every day on essential oils and pets lately. Our Dr Benson addressed the concerns with essential oils and cats in her blog: http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/blog/essential-oils-cats/   and now it is time to give our canine friends equal time. The first thing…

Susan Holland, DVM Associate Veterinarian Every day at Pet Poison Helpline we receive calls where a medication or supplement has been accidentally dropped and a pet has ingested it. The caller is often distressed, and, rightfully so because many medications administered in correct doses for a human constitute a dangerous dose for a pet. Even…

Kia Benson, DVM Associate Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology The ASPCA estimates that close to 900,000 cats in the United States are euthanized yearly. Many are killed because they are deemed to be “un-adoptable”. Such cats are either poorly socialized or behaviorally challenged, and may have even been feral. They cannot be or are not content to…

Renee F. DiPietro CVT, Permitted Wildlife Rehabilitator Veterinary Information Specialist Fresh homemade bread is a comforting pleasure for many people. An even more gratifying experience comes when we have the opportunity to create this staple food from scratch yourself. Winter days provide ample opportunity for simple, yet primal projects that can bring immense satisfaction to…