5 Foods That Could Kill Your Dog | petMD Beer, wine and cocktails aside, alcohol can also be found in desserts and can be created in your dog’s stomach if they ingest homemade or store bought yeast dough used in making bread, rolls and pizza.
Info from the poison pet hotline~ Tomato Plant ~only the green parts are toxic and in large quantities... Aside from that, the Pet Poison Hotline is a great number to have handy, as well as, this website...Never hesitate to call them, if you have a question about what your pet just got into! Who knows it may just save your pets' life❣❣❣
Pet Poison Prevention Week Tip #5: Almost 6% of all pet poisonings are from supplements & vitamins. While some are relatively safe, others can be dangerous in overdoes situations. If your pet gets poisoned call the Pet Poison Hotline at 1-855-764-7661. #KeepYourPetSafe #HealthyPets #instapet
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…
A Plant You Probably Have in Your Yard Could Kill Your Dog
A Plant You Probably Have in Your Yard Could Kill Your Dog! - The hardy Sago Palm. In the past 10 years, the plant has poisoned 1,400 dogs, according to the ASPCA. And here's what may be the scariest news: Retailers are not required to label plants or notify consumers that the palms are toxic when consumed.While all parts of the plant are toxic to dogs, according to the Pet Poison Hotline, it's the seeds that pose the greatest danger to your pet or even child...
It's almost fall! If you have pets, make sure you keep them safe from these four fall toxins! If your pet gets into any of these, call your veterinarian or a pet poison hotline ASAP! #pettoxins #petsafety #pethealth #pets #pettips #tipsforpetowners