Here is a list that continues (from last month) the types of toxins that pets frequently ingest, depending on the time of the year?
Each New Year we’re inundated with lists of things to do, buy, and become. We read these lists, make promises to ourselves, and then promptly forget it ever happened by February. This year I’m taking the opposite approach: Here are the things you definitely don’t want to do, purchase or aspire to be more like. It’s time for my New Year’s Don’ts for your pets:
As you prepare for the holidays, it’s easy to forget about the small things that can cause a real danger to dogs and cats.
By taking a little time to ensure your home is ready for a pet-friendly holiday, you can evade possible tragedy or large vet bills. Here are 8 tips:
Our awesome emergency veterinarian, Dr. Toccoa Graves, received a last minute call yesterday to help Big Dog Ranch Rescue with a rescue mission of 108 animals from Puerto Rico. Being the fabulous person she is, she rushed to help them out! Thank you Dr. Graves for this and what you do every day! We are so thankful to have you as part of our team!
Hurricanes, like floods, brushfires, and tornadoes, can be frightening things to be caught in (and these tips can be applied to those natural disasters, too). But with some forethought and preparation, you can make the storm easier and safer for you and your pet. Article Provided By: PetMD