If your pet may have eaten something poisonous immediately take them to your veterinarian or an emergency hospital. If you need a consult contact the pet poison hotline at 1-855-764-7661.
(Available 24/7. $49 per incident fee applies. Price subject to change.)
Click the link the read more about why these foods are poisonous:
For more information on traveling tips click the link belowhttps://www.avma.org/public/PetCare/Pages/Traveling-with-Your-Pet
Protecting your pets from the heat & summer tips
These simple tips will ensure a healthy summer for local pets:
For more information on the importance of flea, tick, heartworm prevention click the links below.
VECTOR BORNE DISEASES: http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/diseases-near-you
Fleas, Ticks, and Mosquitos
(Prevention Available through our Hospital)
Pet Care Tips
Traveling with Your Pet
ALWAYS check with the state/country you are traveling to on the required paperwork needed prior to having your pet examined by a veterinarian for the Health Certificate.
Shield Stone Pet Hospital
Care Love Healing & Joy
FEEDING PEOPLE FOOD TO YOUR PET IS NOT ALWAYS SAFE.
HERE ARE A FEW THAT WILL HARM YOUR PET:
Chocolate, coffee, caffeine, alcohol, avocado, macadamia nuts, grapes & raisins, yeast dough, raw/undercooked meat, eggs & bones, xylitol (sweetner in many products such as gum or candy), onions, garlic, chives, milk, salt.
TOP 10 DOG POISONS:
Mouse and Rat Poisons (rodenticides)
Vitamins and Minerals (e.g., Vitamin D3, iron, etc.)
NSAIDs (e.g., ibuprofen, naproxen, etc.)
Cardiac Medications (e.g., calcium channel blockers, beta-blockers, etc.)
Cold and Allergy Medications (e.g., pseudoephedrine, phenylephrine, etc.)
Antidepressants (e.g., selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors)
Acetaminophen (e.g., Tylenol)
TOP 10 CAT POISONS:
Topical spot-on insecticides
Insoluble Oxalate Plants (e.g., Dieffenbachia, Philodendron, etc.)
Human and Veterinary NSAIDs
Cold and Flu Medication (e.g., Tylenol)
Mouse and Rat Poison