Camping Safely with Pets
Share this info to help keep pets safe when owners take them camping or on vacation.
Venom Reactions and Treatment Options
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center warns that components of venom can create cellular injury, elicit an inflammatory response, trigger histamine release and act as a possible allergen.
Don't Sweat It!: Treating Low-Toxicity Agents in Cats and Dogs
Join the ASPCA Poison Control Center as we cover treatment options for a wide range of agents, including less toxic human medications, household products, and yard products.
Top 10 Pet Toxins of 2020
Find out which toxins besides chocolate resulted in the most calls to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
Treating Snake Bites in Pets
Learn about the 4 venomous snakes in the US and the factors that contribute to whether a dog or cat will survive a snakebite, including the location of the bite, the type of snake, the size of the pet, and the length of time before they get medical treatment.
4 Harmful Thanksgiving Foods for Pets
Keep your animals safe. Find out how to treat Thanksgiving pet poisons, including onions, garlic, turkey bones, bouillon and baked goods.
4 Times to Use Lipid Emulsion Therapy
Like any therapy, lipids work best when they are used under the right conditions. Here are four times when you might get the most out of them.
5 Back-to-School Pet Toxins to Keep on Your Radar
Get the latest on five back-to-school pet toxins and keep dogs and cats safe while children are learning from home.
5 Pet Safety Tips for Storm Preparedness
These tips from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center can help your clients and adopters keep pets safe and calm during stormy weather.