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American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
03/19/2018

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

How to Help Your Dog Beat the Heat & Stay Safe
06/23/2017
How to Help Your Dog Beat the Heat & Stay Safe

How to Help Your Dog Beat the Heat & Stay Safe

2017 is set to be remembered for many things - Trump entered office, Brexit negotiations began and British roads started melting as a result of the heatwave. Pomp and ceremony have also taken a back seat in some UK courts with barristers removing gowns and wigs as a result of the heat. But this is [...

Pet Poison Helpline
06/11/2017

Pet Poison Helpline

Here is a general overview of what you can expect when you call the Pet Poison Helpline for a consultation. http://buff.ly/2rmGALM

Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter
05/19/2017

Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter

We saw cases of heatstroke yesterday in dogs that were left outside. Keep your pets safe!

Henry Schein Animal Health
05/16/2017
Henry Schein Animal Health

Henry Schein Animal Health

Today is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day! Share this information with your clients on how to prepare a disaster kit.

First Aid For Your Pets
03/03/2017

First Aid For Your Pets

Not my Story;
Take a Pet Tech Pet CPR and First Aid class so that you can learn the protocols for Choking, bleeding, rescue breathing, CPR and so much more .

Terrifying. This is Not my dog, luckily he is apparently fine. Thank God for the hole in the Kong. I've known a few friends who have lost their dogs to choking on toys. High drive dogs and any toy small enough to lodge in their throats or swallow is the potential for a death sentence.

Also keep in mind, a dog in the panic of trying to dislodge something from their throats will shred and break your fingers and hands if you attempt to help them remove it. Most balls will be too spitty and slick to grab by hand anyway, and the only option is to sometimes wait until the dog passes out, brace their mouth open and use pliers to grasp the toy, deflating it with something first if necessary. I've had to revive more than one of my dogs for various reasons over the years. Know the most up to date protocols forCPR and choking.

Pet Poison Helpline
02/05/2017

Pet Poison Helpline

Are you hosting a party for the big game tonight? Please review and share this important info on preventing accidental pet poisonings on game day. #superbowlsunday The large, printable version of this infographic is available here: http://buff.ly/2iXvxVQ

Vetsource
01/04/2017

Vetsource

It doesn't take long for the cold weather to do some serious damage. Know the signs and contact your veterinarian immediately if you suspect your pet (or any animal) is in danger.

VETGirl
12/13/2016

VETGirl

Do you know what plants are poisonous to #dog🐶 #cats 🐱 this #holiday season? @aspca_apcc

Highway Veterinary Hospital
12/11/2016

Highway Veterinary Hospital

The holidays can be a stressful time for our furry friends. At least one-third of dogs suffer from noise aversion. If your dog is one of them, we can help! For more information, ask us about Sileo today! You can also check out their website at sileodvmus.com. If you're unsure if your dog suffers from noise aversion, take a look at the picture to see examples of symptoms.

Pet Poison Helpline
11/21/2016
Pet Poison Helpline

Pet Poison Helpline

The holiday season is our call center's busiest time of year. Keep your pets safe and healthy by reviewing the TOP 8 EXPOSURES that we get called about during the week of Thanksgiving. Also, please share!

Pet Poison Helpline
11/16/2016
Pet Poison Helpline

Pet Poison Helpline

Pet First Aid 101: When it comes to caring for your dog or cat, prevention is the best medicine. So, how do we prevent accidents and emergencies from happening in the first place?

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
10/31/2016

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

Happy Halloween! Just another reminder to keep your pets' safety in mind during the festivities.

Pet Poison Helpline
10/28/2016
Pet Poison Helpline

Pet Poison Helpline

Halloween is less than a week away. This holiday results in a 12% increase in calls to our veterinarians making it the call center’s busiest time of year. Most often, these calls involve pets accidentally ingesting Halloween candy or décor. Keep your pet safe this week by checking out the article below.

Pet Poison Helpline
10/16/2016
Pet Poison Helpline

Pet Poison Helpline

The start of fall brings new seasonal household items that pose a threat to the safety of our pets. These common household items can cause serious problems if ingested by animals. Please review and share this list of seasonal products that the veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline recommend keeping away from pets.

Pet Poison Helpline
10/14/2016
Pet Poison Helpline

Pet Poison Helpline

The start of fall brings new seasonal household items that pose a threat to the safety of our pets. These common household items can cause serious problems if ingested by animals. Please review and share this list of seasonal products that the veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline recommend keeping away from pets.

Pet Care – First Aid & CPR Certification with Marysville Parks, Culture and RecreationJoin Dawn Gregory in this informat...
09/29/2016
Marysville, WA - Official Website | Official Website

Pet Care – First Aid & CPR Certification with Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation
Join Dawn Gregory in this informative class where you learn: restraint and muzzling, rescue breathing, canine and feline CPR, choking management, bleeding injuries and shock management, assessing pet vital signs, treatment for insect bites and stings, heat/cold injuries and seizures. This is a 2-year certification.

This workshop will be held from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Rotary Ranch in Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd. The class cost is $60. Pre-registration is required.

Pre-registration is required. For information or to register online please visit marysvillewa.gov or call the Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation Office at 360-363-8400.

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American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
09/13/2016
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

An unrestrained 10-pound dog in a car when it crashes at 30 m.p.h. will exert 300 pounds of force, while an 80 pound dog will exert 2,400 pounds of force, according to AAA. That can propel them right through the windshield.
Keep your pets - and yourself - safe by appropriately restraining your pets in the car. And by leaving them at home unless it's absolutely necessary to take them (e.g., when you're taking them to the vet's office).
More info on our site: http://bit.ly/21b0fqp

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
08/13/2016

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

Monday is #ChecktheChipDay. Microchipped pets are much more likely to be returned to their families, but a microchip is only as good as its registration.

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
08/04/2016

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

What other inspirational quotes would your dog offer?

The Merck Manual for Pet Health
08/02/2016
The Merck Manual for Pet Health

The Merck Manual for Pet Health

Did you know?
The initial steps of CPCR (cardiopulmonary-cerebral resuscitation) are meant to get the needed oxygen and blood to the animal's tissues. There are a number of other steps that may be necessary to save your pet in an emergency. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2af0OPD

Vetstreet
07/29/2016
Vetstreet

Vetstreet

If you notice any of these signs of heat stress, get your pet to the vet or an emergency clinic immediately.

Wellington Humane Society Serving Sumner County
07/28/2016

Wellington Humane Society Serving Sumner County

Graber's Animal Hospital
07/27/2016
Graber's Animal Hospital

Graber's Animal Hospital

Dogs and cats can't tell you when they're dehydrated - you have to look for the warning signs.

The Whole Dog Journal
07/19/2016
The Whole Dog Journal

The Whole Dog Journal

When you realize your dog has just eaten something they are REALLY not supposed to, sometimes bee-lining to the vet won't cut it. This is an insanely helpful procedure to know in certain cases - read all about it here!

The Whole Dog Journal
05/25/2016
The Whole Dog Journal

The Whole Dog Journal

Here's a list of 13 things that are in your home right now - and that you might not know are poisonous to dogs.

Vetstreet
05/19/2016
Vetstreet

Vetstreet

You can’t stop your dog from chewing, but you CAN prevent him from chewing on inappropriate things. Here’s how.

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