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Pet Poison Helpline, a animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Chocolate is the most common food Pet Poison Helpline gets called about - and it's one of the most toxic substances for your pet to ingest!

My Dog ate Chocolate - Chocolate and Cats - Chocolate Poisoning

Cases of xylitol poisoning have increased 10 times in the past six years, according the Pet Poison Helpline, and many dog owners don't know what it is.

Dangers Of Xylitol

XYLITOL Is Making Dogs Sick, and It's Probably in Your Home Right Now - American Kennel Club Cases of xylitol poisoning have increased 10 times in the past six years, according the Pet Poison Helpline, and many dog owners don't know what it is.

Pet First Aid Tricks - Numbers You Should Have On Hand With any luck, you'll never need to use these first aid techniques, but just knowing what to do in an emergency situation can help to reduce your panic level. You can also reduce your stress levels by making a list of important emergency phone numbers:   -Your veterinarian  -The closest emergency veterinary clinic  -The ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline: 888-426-4435   Program these numbers into your phone, and post them to the refrigerator for…

5 Simple First Aid Tricks Every Pet Owner Should Know

For the love of your pet. To reduce your stress levels-- make a list of important emergency phone numbers: -Your veterinarian -The closest emergency veterinary clinic -The ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline:

FDA: Keep Your Dogs Away From Gum, Nut Butters Containing Xylitol

The Food & Drug Administration is issuing a stricter warning for dog owners against xylitol, a common sweetener that’s found in many gum products as well as some nut butters, because it c…

Essential oils are becoming a commodity in our homes, but are they safe to have around pets? Learn about the dangers of essential oil poisoning and their potential toxicity to cats. #VetTechLife

Essential oils are becoming a commodity in our homes, but are they safe to have around pets? Learn about the dangers of essential oil poisoning and their potential toxicity to cats. #VetTechLife

Pet poison hotlines getting more calls about xylitol dog poisonings: Animals in the News

Pet poison hotlines getting more calls about xylitol dog poisonings: Animals in the News

Xylitol, A Sweetener W/ Carb Blocker Effect - Up to Reduced Glucose Uptake from Meals, Increased Muscular Glucose Uptake, Improved Glycemia & Pancreatic Health - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

Pet Poison Helpline, a 24-hour animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Pet Poison Helpline, a animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Daffodils: Ingestion of the bulb, plant or flower can cause severe vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and even possible cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory depression. Crystals are found in the outer layer of the bulbs, similar to hyacinths, which cause severe tissue irritation and secondary drooling. Daffodil ingestions can result in more severe symptoms so if an exposure is witnessed or symptoms are seen, we recommend seeking veterinary care for further supportive care.

Top 10 Plants Poisonous to Cats and Dogs: Pet Poison Helpline provides information on plants poisonous to cats and dogs.

Foxglove. Poison hotline for pets

Cardiac Glycoside containing plants are toxic to dogs and cats as they can interfere with the heart. Call Pet Poison Helpline if your pet was exposed.

This inforgraphic is a good reminder that we should consider our dogs when picking plants for both inside and out. According the ASPCA, their poison control hotline receives around 150,000 calls annually from pet owners needing assistance with possible poison-related emergencies. This inforgraphic is based on a list of toxic plants from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine's most common causes of emergency calls and Texas A&M ’s “Common Poisonous Plants and Plant Parts ”.

12 Houseplants That Are Dangerous to Dogs (and Cats!)

This inforgraphic is a good reminder that we should consider our dogs when picking plants for both inside and out. According the ASPCA, their poison control hotline receives around calls annually from pet owners needing assistance with possible po

Foods toxic to pets

Toxic food for dogs: Every dog owner should print out this card! *** More info could be found at the image url.

A Plant You Probably Have In Your Yard Could Kill Your Dog

If You Have This Plant In Your Backyard, Keep Your Dog Away

The sago palm plant is a popular landscaping option in southern states, and also fatal to dogs, cats, pets, and babies when consumed.

Hi there friends…you keep asking for more Hack posts and believe me…you will be getting more very soon…but we thought maybe you would like a few Dog Hacks…some helpful little tips and then some very informative infographics for your furry friends!  Sure hope you enjoy and we hope we get a 4 paws up from …

Dog Hacks Why Didn't I Think Of That

Pet Poison Prevention Week  Tip #4: Almost 7% of all pet poisonings are from mouse and rat poisons that can cause uncontrolled bleeding, seizures and kidney failure.  If your pet gets poisoned call the Pet Poison Hotline at 1-855-764-7661.  #KeepYourPetSafe #HealthyPets #instapet

Can you give dogs human medication — safely? Here's what we found out about playing doctor to your pooch.

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