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.
In today’s podcast we will discuss how to properly apply flea and tick products to your pets.
In this podcast, we’ll talk about your everyday cough drop and the dangers they can pose to your pets if ingested.
Over-the-counter medications were the number one cause for animal poison cases in 2015. We had more than 28,500 reported cases that year. In this podcast, we’ll talk about human medication and the dangers they can pose to your pets if ingested.
Yes, poinsettias are one of the most commonly seen plants during this time of year. However, the plant can get a bad rep from old rumors that seem to never go away. Let’s take a deeper look at the poinsettia plant to determine whether or not this is something we really need to be concerned about.
In today’s podcast we will be talking about the dangers the Thanksgiving holiday can pose to your pets and how to keep them safe during the holidays.
Most people know that chocolate is bad for their pets, but what does that mean? What would happen if your pet ate a bar of chocolate when you weren't looking? Would your pet get sick? Do you need to take them to the vet? In this podcast, we’ll talk about misconceptions about chocolate and pets.
This podcast is the second in a two part series on backyard chickens. As previously mentioned, the rise in popularity of organic “farm to table” eating, has certainly influenced the rise in the number of backyard chickens.
In today’s segment, we will review some plants that are harmful to chickens, as well as discuss heavy metal toxicities, such as lead poisoning. Preventing access to these toxins will also help to protect families that consume the eggs or meat.
The rise in popularity of organic “farm to table” eating, has certainly influenced the rise in the number of backyard chickens. And backyard chickens provide an array of benefits to their caretakers.