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.
Are any of these common household items in your home?
Keep your vaping equipment locked away to lower your dog’s risk of nicotine toxicity.
Spring brings visions of sunshine and flowers, but watch out for these potential dangers to your pet.
The harmful effects of this common medicine-cabinet drug can lead to serious liver damage, multiple-organ failure and sometimes even death in pets.
Black mold loves to grow in humid areas around the home. Make sure you are protecting your entire family against this common household threat.
The prescription skin cream Fluorouracil could kill your dog, but there’s no warning about it on the label.
Certain toxins can do more damage coming up than they do going down. If your pet has swallowed something toxic, take her to the vet immediately.
Benzalkonium chloride, the culprit behind some tongue ulcers in cats, is commonly found in home furniture cleansers and disinfectants.