Animal Poisoning

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Beware Pet Poisons In Your Purse

Gum, candy, medications and inhalers could be lethal to pets.


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Dog’s Panting Can Be A Sign Of Distress

Dogs pant on a temporary basis whenever exerting extra energy or after exercise or strenuous activity. But be aware that dogs can also pant as a symptom for something more serious as well.



Pet Safety For Thanksgiving

This holiday, don’t forget to include among your many blessings your canine and feline companions for all the unconditional love and joy they provide every day – and take every precaution to keep them safe.


Mistletoe Kiss

Don’t Miss The Mistletoe

Mistletoe has been celebrated in the dead of winter since ancient times, along with other evergreens, because they look lively during the darkest days of the year.



Holiday Hazards For Your Companion Animals

There are a few things to be aware of as you decorate in order to keep your companion animals safe this holiday season.


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Iams Puppy Food Recall

The Procter & Gamble Company is recalling some of its Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy dry dog food due to aflatoxin levels that were detected above the acceptable limit.



Dangers of Secondhand Smoke

Exposure to secondhand smoke can cause many of the same harmful effects to animals as it does to people.


The Dangers Of Antifreeze

Dogs and cats, as all animals, are susceptible to the dangers of ethylene glycol (EG), which is used widely as automotive antifreeze.