You share more than you realize with your dog, including bacteria. Exposure to germs in your dog's mouth can increase your risk of developing capnocytophaga, a serious blood infection.View Article
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Posted on 12-13-2018
Think Twice About Table Scraps
The holidays are right around the corner and while sneaking your pet table scraps or letting them clean the dishes may seem harmless, many holiday foods can actually be harmful to pets. Keep your pet safe and be sure to keep them away from these foods:
Decking the Halls
Festive decorations can add to the holiday spirit but be careful where they are placed as they can be risky temptations for your pet.
Hostess With the Mostest
If you think your pet has ingested something poisonous and/or is showing symptoms of illness, contact your veterinarian or one of these helplines:
Pet Poison Helpline – (855) 764–7661
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center – (888) 426-4435
Poison Control – 1 (800) 222-1222
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