Poisons (General Overview)
Poisonous Plants for Dogs
Opioid Overdoses in Pets: What Are the Risks?
How to Protect Your Pet From Toxic Blue-Green Algae
How to Dog-Proof Your Trash Can
Dangers of Topical Medication for Pets
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Dogs
Can Dogs Get Food Poisoning?
Can Dogs Eat Grapes and Raisins?
Can Cats and Dogs Drink Beer or Alcohol?
Caffeine and Pets: Safety Tips and Considerations
Bleach Poisoning in Pets: What You Should Know
Asian Lady Beetles: Could They Harm Your Dog?
Are Succulents Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?
Are Hydrangeas Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?
Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs
6 Dangerous (and Surprising) Items That Contain Xylitol
Poison & Toxicity
What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Weed?
Accident & Injuries
Why Is My Dog Limping?
What Causes Dog Diarrhea and How to Treat It
Antifreeze, or automotive radiator coolant, is the most readily available source of ethylene glycol. This colorless, odorless, possibly sweet-tasting liquid is highly toxic to dogs. According to the American Association of
At some point, you’re likely to see your dog limping. It can be scary and concerning because it’s not easy to figure out what caused the limping in
Click to jump to Dog Stool Infographic There are few things that will bring an animal into the vet quite as quickly as a bout of diarrhea. For
Reviewed for accuracy on August 26, 2019, by Dr. Katie Grzyb, DVM “My dog ate weed—now what?” You’re not alone in asking this question. According to a veterinary study in
“My dog ate weed—now what?” You’re not alone in asking this question. According to a veterinary study in Colorado, incidences of marijuana intoxication in dogs increased dramatically following the drug’s
All sorts of chemicals — from tar and paint remover to gasoline and stinging nettles — can cause skin irritation and burns when they contact a dog’s skin. They can
Dogs will put almost anything in their mouths, and may view something as simple as a weekly pill holder as a plastic chew toy. Unfortunately, this means they are prone
Toxic fumes may come from substances like insecticides, tear gas, and smoke from fires where certain plastics and other materials are burned. These types of fumes irritate and inflame a
The modern world is home to many chemicals, airborne substances, drugs, and plants that are poisonous to dogs. This article links to several everyday treatments guides for exposure to some
Many plants are toxic to dogs. For this reason, it’s always a good idea to discourage them from chewing on or ingesting any vegetation, especially the following plants. The
Hill’s Disaster Relief Network Promotes Pet Safety Tips for Emergencies PR Newswire, TOPEKA, Kan. (May 4, 2015) – In recognition of National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day on May 9, 2015, Hill’s
Hurricane season can be scary. With the threat of an impending storm, it’s important that you take all precautions necessary to keep your family safe—and that includes your pets. Whether