Tools & Tips
Join us for a review of common clinical signs and treatment approaches for a variety of common human medication exposures.
Learn the five things to know when treating for Fluorouracil exposures.
Every Super Bowl Sunday, pets all over get into things they shouldn’t. Can you guess what the top five exposures are?
The sugar in concentrated candy, such as gumdrops, can create a water and electrolyte imbalance and lead to serious problems in dogs.
What should you watch for with coin ingestions? Know what metals lurk in what coins, and what it all means for your patient.
Dogs most often ingest sago palm trimmings when out and about in the neighborhood, and treatment of the toxicosis can be extensive and intensive.
It’s a mystery why pets find toilet bowl water so delicious, but beside the aesthetics there may be genuine causes for concern.
5-HTP is popularly used for appetite suppression, mood enhancement and relieving insomnia. But when pets—dogs in particular—get into supplements, serious problems can occur.
We’re all familiar with the dog who digs in the trash can and develops pancreatitis a few days later. But did you know that several toxins can cause pancreatitis as well?
Learn how to recognize the differences between various rodenticides and the effects they have on animals.