The Chase Is Up!

Is your dog a chaser? The urge to chase turns some dogs into frenzied running machines who are difficult to stop. Their brains seem to leave their bodies as they launch themselves after tennis balls, cyclists, cats or every dog on the horizon. Chase behavior can be embarrassing and obsessive, as well as dangerous. Some breeds may be more prone to chase-related issues, such as sighthounds who were bred to chase and catch prey, or herding dogs who were bred to control movement.

Top 10 Deadliest Pet Poisons

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

Certain substances have a more sinister reputation with the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) staff. These particularly dangerous substances most frequently claim the lives of pets.

Download, print, and share the Top 10 Deadliest Pet Toxins List with your clients so they can determine if their pets may be at risk.

COVID-19 Detection Dogs

COVID-19 Detection Dogs

Dogs’ noses have led them to many a job, from hunting prey to sniffing out bombs, drugs and other illegal paraphernalia, detecting illnesses like cancer and malaria, or warning their people of an oncoming seizure. Now Helsinki Airport is employing sniffer dogs to detect COVID-19 among potential passengers.