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    Alphabet Soup: A Q&A about CBD

    By Tabatha Regehr, DVM Associate Veterinarian & Ahna Brutlag, DVM, MS, DABT, DABVT Director of Veterinary Services Cannabidiol, frequently referred to as “CBD”, is gaining in popularity and interest by pet owners and veterinary professionals alike. At Pet Poison Helpline, we get a lot of questions about the safety of CBD and the number of…

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    Australian Bushfires – How You Can Help

    Pet Poison Helpline is proud to serve and support the veterinarians and animals in Australia. Our hearts go out to all those impacted by the wildfires. Here are a few ways you can help. Australian Red Cross https://www.redcross.org.au/ Port Macquarie Koala Hospital “The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, and National Parks and Wildlife Service crew leaders,…

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    Prevent Pre-Travel Panic with Proper Pet Preparation

    Tabatha Regehr, DVM Associate Veterinarian Pet Poison Helpline Travel planning any time of the year can be hectic, but the holiday season can amplify the chaos. With December being the busiest travel time of the year, you should plan early for your pet’s health and pet care needs. Do you use a boarding facility, a…

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    Cold Weather Planning for Pets

    Nicole Bode, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline Some of us love the colder weather, some of us dread it from the first snowfall to the last snowmelt each spring. All of us love our pets and want them prepared to be their healthiest and most comfortable when the seasons finally change. Here are…

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    Leptospirosis, an Invisible Risk

    Ariana Schwab, CVT Senior Veterinary Industry Representative Pet Poison Helpline Leptospira is a bacterium that can cause a disease in animals and humans.  Leptospirosis is passed through the urine of an infected animal and then runs into the ground water.  Farm animals, dogs, raccoons, deer and rodents are just some of the animals that may…

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