Tag: children

Heather Handley, DVM Senior Consulting Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology Pet Poison Helpline When it comes to children, it is pretty standard to have “non-toxic” school supplies. That makes sense, but what does “non-toxic” mean? A product will get that label if its use is not expected to cause adverse health events. For example, a child may…

Jen Steckline, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist  Pet Poison Helpline There are many easy snack foods for kids which are also toxic to pets.  Raisins and grapes are some of the most common food calls we get at the Pet Poison Helpline.  Raisins and grapes cause kidney failure in dogs and cats and unfortunately, there is…