Pet Safety

4 Independence Day Dangers for Pets

By: Ahna Brutlag, DVM, MS, Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC
Loud noises aren’t the only worry pets face on July Fourth. To help clients keep pets safe, be familiar with the signs and treatments for these four threats.

Dangers: Everything from small smoke bombs and sparklers to large aerial displays has the potential to burn curious and unsuspecting […]

Sleepypod Harness Wins Top Ranking in Safety Test

By Ken Niedziela Veterinary Practice News
A groundbreaking study by the Center for Pet Safety identified Sleepypod’s Clickit Utility Harness as the top restraint for dogs traveling in cars.

The findings, released Thursday, for the first time ranked pet harnesses that make test claims either on their packaging or website.

The lack of industry-wide performance standards and test […]

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