Pet Safety

  • July 4th Safety

    Jun 29 2017

    Dr. Jessica Jones | Holiday, Pet Safety

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  • Top 10 Holiday Dangers for Pets

    Dec 15 2015

    Dr. Jessica Jones | Holiday, Pet Safety

    Be sure you and your pets have a happy, safe holiday season by being aware of the following common holiday dangers.   Holiday Tinsel and Ornaments While they may not…

  • Heat Stroke in Dogs, Part 2: Recognizing and Treating Heat Stroke

    Aug 05 2015

    Dr. Jessica Jones | Pet Safety

    Last week we talked about preventing heat stroke in dogs. Even if you are doing everything right, it is important for you to recognize the warning signs. Dogs who are…

  • Heat Stroke in Dogs, Part 1: Prevention

    Jul 30 2015

    Dr. Jessica Jones | Pet Safety

    Heat stroke is a serious concern for dogs. When their body temperature rises from the normal 101.5 degrees to roughly 104 or 105, they lose the ability to regulate their…

  • Peanut Butter Warning: Check the Ingredients

    Jul 03 2015

    Dr. Jessica Jones | Pet Safety

    Many dogs enjoy peanut butter as an occasional treat, a way to take their medications, or as a puzzle to chew out of a toy. ┬áBut dog lovers need to…