Emergency en Suffocation in Dogs Emergencies Fri, 27 Jun 2008 20:24:23 +0000 46 at Grape and Raisin Poisoning in Dogs  
Grape and raisin (dried grapes) toxicity is well documented in dogs. Although the exact substance that causes the toxic reaction is not yet known, it has been shown that even small amounts of grapes or raisins can prove to be fatally toxic for a dog.
Dogs of any age, breed, or gender may be affected. One of the most serious complications of grape/raisin toxicity is acute (sudden) kidney failure with lack of urine production (anuria). However, kidney failure is not seen in all dogs after ingestion of grapes or raisins, and again, the reason wh more]]> Emergencies Mon, 15 Feb 2010 13:47:09 +0000 5491 at
Natural Disaster Planning for Pets As pets have become a more important part to our family units, so has their safety and wellbeing. And yet few of us are prepared in the event of a natural disaster. In order to make things a little easier we’ve put together a few simple tips on how to protect your pets should your area be struck by a tornado, hurricane, flood or fire.
One important thing to note is that in all of these disaster scenarios it is safer to evacuate with your family and pets. Howeve more]]> Emergencies Fri, 27 Jul 2012 05:40:45 +0000 26524 at