Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Article by Dr. Nancy Kay | Found on PetHealthNetwork

For some folks, the start of a new year is a catalyst to lose weight and this may mean switching from plain old sugar to lower calorie sweeteners. Xylitol is one such sugar substitute that is safe . . . → Read More: Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Are Christmas Trees Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?

Are Christmas Trees Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?

Article by Janet Tobiassen Crosby, DVM | Found on The Spruce

Many people are aware that certain holiday plants, such as Mistletoe and Holly, are poisonous to pets, but what about the most common holiday “plant,” the Christmas tree? We worry about pets tipping the tree . . . → Read More: Are Christmas Trees Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?

Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Article By Dr. Nancy Kay | Found on PetHealthNetwork

For some folks, the start of a new year is a catalyst to lose weight and this may mean switching from plain old sugar to lower calorie sweeteners. Xylitol is one such sugar substitute that is safe . . . → Read More: Popular Xylitol Products that can Poison Your Dog

Bisphenol A in canned dog food may increase BPA concentrations in pets

Bisphenol A in Canned Dog Food May Increase BPA Concentrations in Pets

Article Featured on ScienceDaily

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a widely used industrial chemical found in many household items, including resins used to line metal storage containers, such as food cans. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have found that . . . → Read More: Bisphenol A in Canned Dog Food May Increase BPA Concentrations in Pets

Toxicology Brief

Toxicology Brief: Cholecalciferol Rodenticide Toxicosis

by Tammy Dee, CVT, Lynn Rolland Hovda, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Rodenticides containing cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) are emerging as a popular consumer choice for eliminating rats and mice resistant to anticoagulant rodenticides. Ingestion of cholecalciferol rodenticides by dogs and cats can result in death. Toxic ingestions of cholecalciferol result in . . . → Read More: Toxicology Brief