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Important Change in d-CON Rodent Poison Formula

by Kerry McKinney, DVM

Among the toxins most commonly ingested by dogs and cats are rodenticides, commonly called "rat poison," which in the US now comes in block or paste form. This year the...

When To Call Animal Poison Control

Determining that your pet has ingested something poisonous, and how much, is not so simple as finding an empty bottle marked "poison".

Easter lilies and cats don't mix

We wrote this several years ago, but the information below is just as relevant and important this year and every year! 

Pet toxins: indoor/outdoor plants such as "dumb cane"

My husband and I recently went to Home Depot and on a whim bought what we feel is a very lovely plant for our dining room and kitchen area. It wasn't until we revisited the name card looking for...

Pet Health Hazards During The Holidays

This post was originally published in 2011 but is still relevant around this time of year. We hope you find some useful information and tips!

Did you know your holiday décor could pose threats...

Halloween starts the "Chocolate Season"

We published this post a few years ago but it serves as a reminder as the holidays approach to keep your pet away from chocolate and other sweets!

While many pet owners know that Chocolate is toxic...

Halloween Dangers for Pets

This post was originally published a few years ago but the information continues to be important in light of the weekend festivities. Have a wonderful Halloween!

Every Halloween (and on several...

Protect Your Pets From Rodenticides

This post was originally published in November of last year. But as autumn weather closes in, our homes once again become tempting homes for rodents looking to get out of the cold—which is why we...

National Poison Prevention Week

This week is Poison Prevention Week, which is recognized every year in the third week of March. Created in 1961 by an act of Congress, it is intended as "a means for local communities to raise...

Things Dogs Eat That Can Make Them Sick (Or Dead)

by Dr. Cheryl Smith

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