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These are the top toxic household items that send dogs and cats to the veterinarian each year, compiled from a survey of 362 veterinarians.
The most common toxic substances veterinarians treat dogs for: 1. Chocolate 2. Mouse/Rat Poison 3. Marijuana 4. Aspirin/Ibuprofen/Acetaminophen 5. Grapes and Raisins 6. Xylitol 7...
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When warmer weather hits, kitten season begins. This is the time when cats give birth and it can often lead to the flooding of animal shelters and other animal rescue groups with orphaned kittens....
Sending out holiday cheer with a little help from the furry friends.
Don't stop by an animal shelter if you don't want this to happen. We've always had a cat or two on our small farm. The first, Max, lived to be 15. Another cat, Marvin, lived to be 17....
Bob took a sick lamb to the vet clinic today and Charlie the clinic cat became the caregiver. What sweet animal bonding. Charlie makes a fine nurse. "It will be okay, little lambie,...
Don't let cats drink the Easter Lily water or chew on any part of any kind of lily plant
Chicago Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center (ChicagoPetEmergency.com) is distributing an infographic to remind pet owners that many lilies are deadly for cats. “Lilies are...
Your pets are an important part of your life. Give them a special space of their own in the mudroom!
If your pet becomes injured, staying calm and knowing what to do are key to saving his life. Read this tips and be prepared in case of an accident or illness.
First we lost our old cat Marvin, who died of natural causes at age 18 in July. Our other cat, Mario, 7, seemed depressed after his buddy Marvin left, wandering around aimlessly, but still eating...