FACT SHEETS

dogs and chocolateXylitol

Xylitol is more dangerous to dogs than chocolate.  Xylitol is a ‘sugar alcohol’ and is used as a natural sugar substitute and can be toxic for dogs. Xylitol can be found in various types of goods including some sugar-free sweets, toothpaste, baked goods and cosmetic products. This pdf will help you if your dog has ingested Xylitol.  DOWNLOAD HERE

cats and stringCats and String

Cats love to play with string but there is a risk that if swallowed could cause a type of intestinal obstruction. This pdf will help you if your cat has swallowed string.  DOWNLOAD HERE

why cat owners should avoid liliesWhy Cat Owners Should Avoid Lilies

All parts of a lily are poisonous to cats and even minor exposure can be fatal.  This pdf will help you help your cat if she/he has been exposed to poisonous lilies.  DOWNLOAD HERE

battery ingestion fact sheetDanger of Batteries for Dogs

Battery ingestion occurs quite frequently in dogs. This Fact Sheet will let you know what to do immediately and for prevention. DOWNLOAD HERE

First Aid for Toad PoisonFirst Aid for Toad Toxicity

Worried that your pet has been affected by toad toxins? Download our Fact Sheet, so you can help them on the way to getting them here.
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Rat Bait ToxicityRat Bate Toxicity

Not sure of the signs of rat baits? Here is some info for you.
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Pet Seizures

Animal Seizures

There are numerous causes of seizure activity in dogs and cats.
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Tick Paralysis

Tick Paralysis

Here is a list of signs to watch out for, so you can get your fur baby to us fast.
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Pet Safety In Heat

In hot weather, a pets core body temperature can quickly rise and this can cause irreversible damage to internal organs. Signs to watch out for.
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