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Posts By: Frank Swartzel, DVM

Common Plants That Are Toxic to Pets

Posted June 6, 2017 @ 2:52pm

Common Plants That Are Toxic to PetsCurious cats and dogs will often nibble or devour plant leaves, stems, and even roots. Most plants will only cause a brief bout of upset stomach. However, there are some plants that are toxic to pets. If your pet eats a toxic plant, a little bite...

 

Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part II

Posted May 26, 2017 @ 8:19am

Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part IIDon’t miss our first three pet safety tips for Memorial Day weekend in Part I! Heatstroke PreventionHumans are able to stay cool by sitting in the shade, grabbing a drink of cold water, or swimming in the pool. Our pets don't...

 

Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part I

Posted May 23, 2017 @ 1:50pm

Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part IMemorial Day is around the corner! Whether you are planning to attend a parade, head out on the water, or soak up the sun, it is important to keep your pets safe! Here are a few pet safety tips to keep in mind this Memorial Day...

 

Keeping Your Pets Safe at Easter

Posted April 11, 2017 @ 3:40pm

Keeping Your Pets Safe at EasterMany people look forward to the Easter holiday not only because it is a time to get together with family, but it also normally brings sunshine and warm weather. However, certain Easter staples can prove dangerous for your pets. Here are a few things...

 

Spring Cleaning Part II: Clean for Your Pets Too

Posted April 7, 2017 @ 8:26am

Spring Cleaning Part II: Clean for Your Pets TooIf you haven’t read Part I yet, click here to learn how to keep your pets safe from toxic cleaning supplies. Spring cleaning is a long-time tradition in many households. Warmer weather, fresh air and longer days all contribute to...

 

Spring Cleaning Part I: Keeping Your Pets Safe

Posted April 4, 2017 @ 10:20am

Spring Cleaning Part I: Keeping Your Pets SafeAs the weather warms up, many of us take the opportunity to deep clean, paint, or organize around the house. Many cleaning products, even “natural” ones, can be toxic. The risk for exposure to pets is high. Any cleaner...

 

 
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