The Hiding Places & Pet Dangers of Xylitol
Xylitol is appearing in more and more places, from coffee to cough drops. It’s a big danger to pets, so you may want to share this handy list.
Spring-Blooming Bulbs: Year-Round Problem
While there are many plants that can cause problems, bulbs are a common issue in the spring. But not all bulbs are created equal, and there's a wide range of concern around them.
Treating Atomoxetine Ingestion in Dogs
How would you treat a dog who ingested atomoxetine? This case study from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center explains.
Top 5 Holiday Dangers for Pets
Presents, decorations and visitors can put pets at risk during the holidays. Share these safety tips with shelter visitors or clinic clients.
Four Holiday Plants That Cause More Worry Than Warranted
Some holiday plants get a bad rap that’s not necessarily deserved. This list can help you calm fears and provide accurate info.
Questions to Help You Use Activated Charcoal Safely
The danger of hypernatremia is a definite worry when using activated charcoal as a treatment. To help you decrease the risk, consider these questions.
Hypernatremia and Activated Charcoal
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions concerning hypernatremia from activated charcoal.
When Pet Poisonings Affect Your Staff
Some pet poisonings can affect not just your patient, but your staff’s health as well. This list will alert you when extra caution is needed.