Poison

Dogs are curious creatures and might try to get their paws and snouts into everything. Everyday things that are perfectly safe for humans can be toxic for dogs. Make sure you keep these foods, plants and products away from pups.

A smart, calm puppy lies next to a blue bucket of cleaning products in the kitchen.

Pet-Safe Cleaning Products & How To Avoid Poisoning

If you use common household cleaners, you could be slowly poisoning your dog without even knowing it. You could be putting your pooch at risk for developing cancer, kidney or liver damage down the road. In fact, studies have proven the toxic effects of such ingredients as ammonia, bleach, chlorine, gycol ethers and formaldehyde on humans and pets. And pets are even more vulnerable. Pets pick up residues from cleaning products and then groom themselves, spreading these toxic materials on their skin, coat, mouths, nose and eyes. As a responsible dog owner, it’s time to ditch your chemical-laden cleaners for pet safe cleaning products…

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Watch Out For These Symptoms Of Dog Poisoning

It’s better to learn this now before you think your dog is poisoned. If you see these symptoms of dog poisoning you need to act fast. Every minute counts and we all want the same thing – your dog to live! So, read this carefully and be prepared in case your dog is suffering…

Lily playing in dirt: How a Poisonous Snake Bite Nearly Killed My Dog

How A Venomous Snake Bite Nearly Killed My Dog

It was one of the scariest moments of my life when my dog Lily was bit by a venomous Copperhead snake. All I could do was rush to the vet and pray for the best. But this very frightening experience has made me a huge pet insurance advocate and I hope my story helps you know what to do if you are faced with the difficult life and death pet decision…

Sick dog with person's hand on snout (caption: How To Treat A Poisoned Dog)

How To Treat A Poisoned Dog: 5 Steps You Must Follow

Did your pet eat chocolate or get into the antifreeze in the basement? Act quick! It’s toxic and you need to breakout the poison patrol actions ASAP. But what do you do? Here are the five steps you need to take to get started treating a poisoned dog…

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