The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has recently issued an animal drug safety communication about the potential neurological side effects of a class of flea and tick medication known as isoxazoline. FDA-approved isoxazoline drugs go by the brand names Bravecto, Credelio, Nexgard, and Simparica. Isoxazolines are a relatively new class of synthetic pesticides that can … Continue reading FDA Warns Pet Owners and Vets About Risks of Certain Flea and Tick Medications
Thanksgiving is coming next week, which makes it official...the holiday season is here! We love to share the holiday festivities with our pets, and this sometimes includes a treat from the table. Thanksgiving is always a good time to remind well-meaning pet owners to go easy on feeding our dogs and cats scraps from the … Continue reading Thanksgiving Food Safety for Pets
Holiday Safety! Make sure you know what's safe and what's harmful to feed your pups this holiday season! Check out this article on what is OK to share with your furry friends this Thanksgiving.
Here are some great tips for keeping your pets safe this holiday season!
Why should you buckle up your dog? According to Jennifer Davidson, the Manager of Traffic Advocacy at AAA, "people don't realize how important it is to buckle up their dog. An unrestrained pet can become a hazardous projectile in the event of an accident or sudden stop, injuring himself, the driver and passengers." Furthermore, Davidson … Continue reading Restraining Your Dog While Driving