Tag: plants

Tabatha Regehr, DVM Associate Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology Pet Poison Helpline At Pet Poison Helpline we commonly receive calls from concerned pet owners after their pet has chewed on or eaten a plant from a floral arrangement or home yard. The summer brings beautiful blooms to our yards, but some plants are safer than others. Lilies,…

Here at Pet Poison Helpline, we pride ourselves in providing you with the most accurate and relevant information in order to help keep your pets safe and healthy! In 2018 we had both pet owners and veterinary professionals look to us for guidance, click the links below to read our most visited pages of 2018:…

Tonya Tenters, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist  It may only be mid- January, but a lot of people start to plan their spring planting now. What is easy to forget is that we may have pets that either have access to the supplies or the planted area. It is important to understand what some of the…

Renee DiPietro, CVT, Permitted Wildlife Rehabilitation, Plant Lover Veterinary Information Specialist   Pet owners worry about keeping houseplants in their homes due to the toxic potential of many plant species. As animal lovers many of us are drawn to the natural world and to plant life specifically for the many benefits to our home environment…

Sharon Billings, CVT Senior Veterinary Information Specialist Do you have travel plans for a summer vacation? Do those plans include a brief stop or a long stay at someone else’s home? Are you considering bringing your four-legged family member along? Most likely, your own home has been “pet-proofed” for a long time (congratulations!) but if…