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Watch out for ham bones and heavily seasoned recipes before you offer your favorite pooch a bite.
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Don't panic about poinsettias in your home this winter, but consider whether you can keep it out of reach of your curious pet before buying one.
Avoid candy dangers, decoration mishaps, and the frightening experience of a lost pet with these tips for a safe and happy Halloween.
Autumn means the arrival of this favorite orange gourd. But does the pumpkin on your doorstep and in your favorite fall recipes belong in your dog's diet?
Some fruits and veggies are toxic for pups. Are apple slices, applesauce, or whole apples good for dogs? Find whether apples are safe, and how much is okay to feed them.
It may be pumpkin spice season, but read this before you share those sweets with your canine companion.
Need to pare down your dog's pear consumption? We asked two veterinarians if this juicy fruit belongs in your pet's diet and here's what they recommend.
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Poison hemlock has sprouted up in almost every state this year. What do you do if your pet comes in contact with it?
Most dogs probably won't eat this bland vegetable (sorry celery enthusiasts). But here's what you need to know if your dog does dig the stalks.
Need to pare down your dog's pear consumption? We asked two veterinarians if this juicy fruit belongs in your pet's diet and here's what they recommend.
Poison hemlock has sprouted up in almost every state this year. What do you do if your pet comes in contact with it?
Most dogs probably won't eat this bland vegetable (sorry celery enthusiasts). But here's what you need to know if your dog does dig the stalks.
Shrimp isn't necessarily a danger for dogs, but how you cook it, how much you feed, and your dog's own health may play a role, according to veterinarians.