Tag: dogs

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…

Tonya Tenters, CVT Associate Veterinary Industry Representative Veterinary Pharmacovigilance Specialist Pet Poison Helpline We are all experiencing significant changes and disruptions in our daily lives with the COVID-19 pandemic. This means our pets are also experiencing changes and disruptions as well. No more dog parks and playdates in a lot of places. However, there are…

Gabby Halpin, LVT Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline Since we are all spending a bit more time at home these day’s it can be good time to spend quality time with our pets. It’s also a time when we may not be able to get out to dog parks to exercise our canine companions….

Audra Stillabower, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline I have moved many, many times over the last 20 years or so with my pets. I’ve moved from several states and from apartments and houses and have always been able to find housing that would take my pets. Sometimes this takes a lot of patience…