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Safety Articles


New ItemAll About Dogs reports domestic dogs can die within 15 minutes of eating a toad.

Your pet can suffocate in an empty chip bags. This is a must read story posted by the Center for Pet Safety

Pet Safety Around Construction Sites, Renovation Projects, and Heavy Equipment

Storing Chemicals and Allergens Safely for Your Pets

Hiking with dogs (Bringing your best friend)

The Psychology of Dogs by University of Southern California

Pet Care in Condos and Apartments

Sodium Bisulfate: It Might Burn Your Pet's Mouth, Throat, and Stomach - But They're Adding It to Food Anyway

Overheating Can Cause Your Dog’s Agonizing Death Within Minutes – Yet It’s Entirely Avoidable

The Seasonal Cancer Danger to Steer Your Dog Clear Of

Thick Green Lawns and Canine Malignant Lymphoma

Near 100% Risk from a Parasitic Pest Now Linked to a Dozen Diseases

Two Common Household Objects That Can Poison Your Pet

Dehydration Risks During the Heat of Summer

Frostbite Nipping At Their Nose

Home Safety Guide for Pet Owners (PetMed, Dr. Patrick Mahaney)

Dog Dies After Eating Electronic Cigarette Capsule (Huffington Post)

How Does Smoking Affect Your Pets?



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Safety Tips for Smokers and Vapers who Care about Their Pets

Pet Safety – A Review of Pet Safety at Home and Out of Town



Pet Bed Warmer WARNING!

Never use a human heating pad for your pet! Human rated heating pads reach much higher temperatures than a pet's body temperature (102 degrees) and may cause injury. Human heating pads are designed to be placed on top of the body and not laid upon.

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