Category: Pet Facts

Pet Toxicology Experts Offer Educational Resources for Cat Lovers Mother’s Day is one of the busiest floral holidays of the year. Nestled inside many of those beautiful bouquets for mom, however, may be a hidden danger to your feline family members. “The spring season is filled with flowers, both inside and outside your home,” said…

Those with a nurturing spirit might want to raise plants as well as four-legged creatures. To encourage a safe compromise, we made a list of a few plants that should be safe to keep in the same home as pets. Keep in mind that eating anything outside of the regular diet can cause stomach upset…

Pet Toxicology Experts Identify Top 10 Toxins Commonly Found in a Pantry When you think of your pantry, images of household staples, cooking supplies, snacks and other food items come to mind. In reality, what you may find is a pantry full of potential pet poisons. In honor of National Poison Prevention Week, March 20-26,…

Click here to download and share the infographic! While many of your favorite activities decreased or stopped during the COVID 19 pandemic, some people used the downtime to learn or enhance a skill, like baking, artwork or home improvement. This increase in the number of people doing new things came with a corresponding increase in…

Renee Schmid, DVM With the arrival of fall, we can look forward to seasonal goodies like caramel apples, pumpkin pie, apple cider and the beloved pumpkin spice latte. While we are able to enjoy these seasonal treats, the bad news is that our furry companions are not as fortunate, as most bring a risk for…