pet safety

  • Halloween Pet Health: Keep Them Safe, Not Spooked

    As Halloween marks the start of the holiday season, prevent your pet from becoming stressed and overwhelmed by all the festivities.

    CHOCOLATE IS TOXIC Chocolate and other treats can make pets sick, so keep the candy dish out of their reach, the trash can behind closed doors, and those extra bags of Milky Ways in the cupboard.

  • Protect Your Pets

    As the dog days of summer steadily approach, we’re ready to gear up for picnics, beaches, and traveling—and so are our pets. When letting our pets tag along to summer events, we must remember to keep their health and safety in mind. Here are some tips to help keep your furry friends happy and healthy this season.

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    Tips and tricks for a healthy summer with your pet
    By Samantha Fischer
  • Winter is Hard on Your Pet Pal Too!

    While you are keeping yourself safe this winter, remember your pets are susceptible to the same trials of winter. Susan Nelson, a clinical associate professor and veterinarian at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Pet Health Center, gives pet owners suggestions of things to watch out for, both indoors and outdoors: