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Fall toxins poisonous to dogs and cats

Fall is really the perfect season to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather with our furry friends. The cooler temps, the changing colors of the leaves, and the early morning sun rise all add to up to an excellent opportunity to spend some quality time with our pets. Unfortunately,…

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Toxin’s in your pet’s food?

Is your family one of the many that attempts to save money by purchasing off brand pet foods? There’s nothing wrong with trying to save a few extra bucks, but a new report suggests that could come at the cost of your pet’s health. Low priced foods can contain lead…

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Top ten pet toxins of 2014 from ASPCA

Spring is the perfect season for families to spend some real quality time together. And for many of us our pets are just like family. So it’s important we do what we can to keep our pets safe from potentially dangerous chemicals, just as if we would any other member…

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Easter season favorites aren’t pets’ best friends

Easter is just around the corner. That means soon many parents and children will be filling Easter baskets full of fake green grass and dyed eggs, planting fresh Easter lilies in their home gardens, and consuming more chocolate than any doctor would recommend. Now that sounds like fun for the…

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Holiday Hazards for Pets

The holidays are a time spent with loved ones, and decorating your home inside and out during the season is a timeless tradition. From decorating a Christmas tree, to hanging lights, and putting out festive plants such as poinsettias and mistletoe, there are many way to deck out your home…

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Is Your Pet a Toxic Dumping Ground?

Keeping our families safe from harmful chemicals is important to us all, and for many, our pets are cherished members of those families. But did you know dogs are exposed to three times more perfluorochemicals (PFCs) than their owners? And cats are exposed to 23 times more polybrominated diphenyl ether…

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