Category: Uncategorized

Tabatha Regehr, DVM Associate Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology Pet Poison Helpline Life has changed dramatically both on a global scale and in our day to day lives over the past 3 months. Our pet’s lives have changed too. Many dogs are getting more exercise, health concerns previously unnoticed are being identified by pet parents, and our…

Here at Pet Poison Helpline we have seen more than a 100% increase in calls regarding pets and exposures to household cleaning products. We understand there is a lot of confusion of how to best safeguard yourself and your pets during this uncertain time. We’ve put together this video to help pet owners protect their…

Magen Stevenson, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline As social distancing and business closure mandates continue across the country, getting your pet to their regularly scheduled grooming appointments may come as a challenge. Besides keeping your pet smelling fresh, regular grooming has many benefits. Regular grooming prevents matting that can harm your pet’s skin,…

Katie Peterson, DVM, DACVECC, DABT Emergency and Critical Care Specialist Pet Poison Helpline I have a busy household including five cats, a dog, eight chickens, and a toddler.  So, when my friend that runs a rescue, posted about a fifteen-year-old cat, whose elderly owner had passed and now needed a foster home, my immediate reaction…

Emily Bebout, LVT Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline Goats are very independent and curious creatures. As part of their curiosity, they explore their world by mouthing and tasting things, which has earned them the unfortunate reputation of eating everything and anything. Among the barnyard animals, goats are the most fastidious of eaters and often…