In this episode, Jill Peisker sits down with Dr. Tina Wismer to talk about how to keep your garden safe for your furry friends. Make sure to subscribe to our channel to stay up-to-date, and check out more information on animal toxins at www.aspca.org/poison. We also have an app, which you can find on the Apple and Google Play stores, that details common and not-so-common toxins for dogs, cats, birds, and horses.
In the third and final installment of our Holiday Hazards series, and our last podcast of 2018, Jill Peisker and Dr. Kirsten Waratuke discuss potential pet poison dangers for New Years. Don't miss this in-depth look into everything from crafts to illicit drugs that may cause issues for your pets.
As we close out 2018, we want to make sure to thank you for listening, and look forward to an exciting year ahead.
Tune in as Jill Peisker and Dr. Kirsten Waratuke discuss some Holiday Hazards in part one of this three part series.
During this podcast, we will be discussing disposable fly traps and the concerns surrounding them if they are ingested by our pets.
The most common misconception about chocolate is that if your pet eats any chocolate he is going to die. What is a dose of concern for chocolate? Find out in our podcast that discusses chocolate and when you need to worry about this substance.
In this podcast, we discuss what potential poison dangers may be lurking around a pool and how to best keep your pets safe.
Many of us enjoy growing our own fruits and vegetables in the summer. Unfortunately, several of these plants can be harmful to pets. In this podcast, we will discuss which plants we should be careful to keep away from our pets, and which ones can be potentially toxic.
Is sunscreen safe to use on your pets? In this podcast we will discuss whether or not it’s safe to use on sunscreen on your pets.