If you have a pet who likes to romp around your garden, don’t plant anything that might be toxic to them, such as azaleas and Jimson weed.
Before heading out to the pond with your dog for a swim, be sure to check the water for possible toxic algae first.
Heading out on the road with your dog soon? Read this guide first to make sure the car ride is an enjoyable, safe experience.
Holiday pet safety is critical for households with pets. Read our expert guide to keeping your dogs, cats and other animals safe this holiday season.
Keep your cat safe and do your homework on these common — and potentially dangerous — household items.
If your dog ate rat poison, what to do is to call your veterinarian or a pet poison hotline right away. This is a life-threatening emergency. Here’s why.
Matt Bershadker, ASPCA president and CEO, explains how you can protect your pet and help other pets from the dangers of being in a hot car.
Summertime means sun and fun, but it’s also a time to use some common sense. Read this expert guide to keeping dogs safe in hot weather.
There are several precautions you can take to have the best day outside ever with your exotic pet.
Is your cat playing with these common household items? If so, you might want to rethink playtime.
One of the most common causes is the pollen. When a cat bumps against a floral display containing lilies, pollen dusts his coat.
Putting up a fence isn’t as simple as buying the materials or hiring a company. Read these tips first.
Glow sticks are common at parties, carnivals and even Halloween, but what happens if your dog or cat chews on one?
There are several foods that are toxic to animals. To ensure safety, check out our quick list of top 10 foods that can harm your pet.
Would you know if an animal needs help? Read our tips for recognizing animal cruelty and abuse.