Resources

We have scoured the web and crossed the pond to gather the information and resources you’ll find on this page. We hope you’ll find the content beneficial and informative.

Please note that the content on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your Veterinarian or other qualified veterinary medical provider with any questions you may have regarding your pet’s medical condition. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this web site is for general information purposes only

 

Toxic & Dangerous

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Poisonous Plants

 

Poisonous Plants – Graphic showing common plants that are toxic to dogs

More Poisonous Plants – Graphic depicting additional plants that are toxic to dogs and cats

This website, maintained by ASPCA, provides an extensive search-able list of plants which can be toxic to dogs, cats, and/or horses

Human Food - To Share or Not to Share

 

Toxic Foods – Some human foods are toxic to pets – be careful when eating these foods

Safe to Share? – A list of foods you can safely share with your pet (and those you can’t!)

Spices – A number of spices can harm or poison dogs

Essential Oils

 

Essential Oils – Essential oils can cause a range of issues in dogs and cats

 

Seresto Flea Collars

 

Seresto – This 2021 article provides information on the issues surrounding the Seresto flea and tick collars

 

 

General Safety & Wellness

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Dog Proofing

 

Safe at Home – These tips can help you keep your pet safe when you aren’t home

Puppy Proofing Checklist – The best defense is a good offense

 

 

Dogs, Babies, & Toddlers

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Introductions & Interactions

 

Types of Supervision – Your role in their success

Milestones – Phases of introduction and adjustment

Dog & Baby Safety – The Do’s and Don’ts when bringing a new baby home

Dog & Toddler Safety – The Do’s and Don’ts when brining a dog to a home with a toddler

 

Seasonal Safety

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Summer / Hot Weather

 

Too Hot? – How hot is too hot?

Summer Safety – beat the heat and keep the fur kids safe this summer

Dog Sun Tips – Don’t let your dog feel the burn – follow these tips for safe fun in the sun with your pup

Summer Safety ASPCA – Tips from the ASPCA for summer pet safety

Preventing Heatstroke – Heatstroke is no joke – follow these steps to help prevent heatstroke in your pet

Heatstroke? Take Action! – What to do if you suspect heatstroke in your pet

Heatstroke Risk by breed – Is your dog predisposed to heatstroke?

Winter / Cold Weather

 

 

Spring

 

Spring Pet Safety – Spring brings with it a host of things that can affect your pets – watch out for these things this spring!

Valentine's Day
4th of July

 

Stay Safe of the 4th – More pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year!!!  Tips for how you can keep your pet safe during this explosive holiday

Top 4 Toxicities – Keep pets safe from the four most common toxic exposures of the summer holiday! 

Halloween

 

Halloween Safety – Follow these tips to keep your pet safe and calm during trick or treating

Thanksgiving

 

Thanksgiving Tips – Follow these tips to keep your pet safe during the holiday

Christmas

 

Pet Behavior

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Signs and Signals

 

Body Language – What their posture is telling you

Signals – Can you pick up on the cues?

Facial Stress – It’s written all over their face

Fiddle Behaviors – Early stress signals in dogs

Hyper-arousal – Too much, too soon

Physiological Signs – Physical manifestations of acute and chronic stress

Severe Stress – Fight or flight?

TEMPS – Is your dog afraid? Showing escalated signs of discomfort?

A Dog’s Emotional Cup – The cup may NOT runneth over

Approaching a Dog
Socializing Your Dog

 

Disaster Preparedness

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