What To Do If Your Pet Is Poisoned

What To Do If Your Pet Is Poisoned

Don’t panic. Rapid response is important, but panicking can interfere with the process of helping your pet. Take 30 to 60 seconds to safely collect and have at hand any material involved. This may be of great benefit to your vet and/or APCC toxicologists, as...
Safety Tips For You Pet This Halloween

Safety Tips For You Pet This Halloween

Halloween can be a very fun night full of tricks and treats; however, there are some safety issues to look out for that can harm your pet. To avoid all the stress and danger, here are a few tips to help you out this Halloween. Candy Treats Remember that all forms of...
Tumors Of The Mouth

Tumors Of The Mouth

Tumors of the oral cavity can arise from the bone, teeth or soft tissue structures of the lower (mandible) or upper (maxilla) jaw, or the tongue or pharynx. Most tumors of the oral cavity are malignant: malignant melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma are the most...
Preventing and Handling Diabetic Emergencies

Preventing and Handling Diabetic Emergencies

Caring for a pet with diabetes can be daunting. Fortunately, the key to successful diabetes management is simple: a consistent, established daily routine. A healthy diet is essential, and feeding your pet the same amount of food at the same time every day will help...