Category: Pet Products

Tabatha Regehr, DVM Associate Veterinarian at Pet Poison Helpline July 30th, 2019 Grain free diets, boutique diets, and exotic meat diets have exploded in popularity over the past several years. In June of 2019 the Food and Drug Administration released a report proclaiming a link between these diet types to a heart condition in dogs…

Breaking news! After over two years of ongoing debate between the EPA and the makers of d-CON mouse poison, the parties have reached an agreement. D-CON will comply with new EPA rodenticide standards and will switch to a different anticoagulant ingredient (diphacinone). The good news here is that this anticoagulant has a readily available antidote…

By Dr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT If you don’t have a first aid kit for your household, now is the time to remember to get one! If you already have a first aid kit around, bravo! You can use this for your two-legged and four-legged members in your household. Keep in mind, however, that…

By Dr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT Today we’re going to talk about certain “spring cleaning” products that are very dangerous to pets. Now, keep in mind that most household surface cleaning products only result in minor clinical signs of vomiting and diarrhea; these are products that you typically spray on windows and kitchen counters…

While our economy may be down, not so when it comes to our four-legged friends! Last year, pet owners spent over $43.4 billion – with most of that squandered on useless gadgets or extravagant pet products. When it comes to pampering our pets, learn how to discriminate between which products are worth spontaneously splurging on…