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That loose piece of gum on the floor of your car? It could be deadly to your dog if consumed. Read on to learn the symptoms of xylitol poisoning and what treatments are available.
Poinsettias are a staple of the Christmas season. However, this plant can make your cat sick, and it's better to be safe than sorry. Learn more here.
Insecticides are used often and in various different ways around our homes. But if proper care isn't taken, pets can easily ingest or come into contact with insecticides, which can be extremely dangerous.
Dogs and cats seem to get into everything and if something smells and tastes good, they are definitely going to give it a try. Antifreeze can be fatal to pets, so it's important to make sure your pet stays as far away from it as possible.
Some common household plants can in fact be toxic to animals, requiring immediate veterinary care. Learn which plants to keep away from your pets.
Some of your everyday foods that may be laying around your house can actually make your cat very sick. Learn more here about what these foods are, and what to do if your cat nibbles on one.
What you enjoy as a tasty snack could actually be quite harmful to your dog. Learn what foods are dangerous to dogs and how they can be treated.
Dogs and cats have a tendency to get into any and everything. Although their curiosity is apart of their nature, it could also be potentially fatal. Learn the signs, symptoms, and what to do if your pet has ingested something toxic.
There are many foods that pet parents enjoy that dogs and cats should steer clear of, and an important one is chocolate. Learn more here about why this sweet indulgence is so harmful to our furry friends and could even be fatal.
Anemia in dogs occurs when the low red blood cell count falls to dangerous levels. There are several possible causes, so it's important to know what they are.
Ticks are disease carrying pests that no pet parent wants to deal with, whether on their pet or hanging around their yard. Here are some helpful "green" tips and tricks on how to get rid of a tick infestation without having to use harsh chemicals.
Having a pet can be rather expensive. Some services can cost huge amounts, but are they worth it? Find out what to cut back on and save a bit of money.
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