Household Hazzards

Many common food items or household products can sicken or even kill your cat or dog. Be aware of what products may be toxic to your pet and make sure to keep them out of your pet's reach. Below you will find a list of the most common hazardous items to your pet. Of course, there may be additional dangerous items around your house. Don't hesitate to contact us or the Pet Poison Hotline if you have concerns.

Pet Poison Helpline
1-855-764-7661
petpoisonhelpline.com
Countryside's List of Household Hazards - Chocolate
Countryside's List of Household Hazards - Lillies are toxic to cats.
Poison Precaution

Check Every Room

Make sure all medications, vitamins, batteries, paint, detergents, cleaning supplies and antifreeze are stored out of your pet's reach.If you think your pet has eaten something poisonous, time is critical.

Contact us at 770-788-7387
or
Pet Poison Hotline at
855-764-7661

Signs of
Toxicity

Poison Icon
  • Lethargy
  • Excessive Salivation
  • Vomiting
  • Rapid Breathing
From the Blog

News & Articles

As many of our clients know, we love sharing our knowledge and important animal health news. Our blog contains valuable educational resources in one easy location.

Jan 31

Chew on This: The Ultimate How-To for Happy Pet Teeth!

Preventing oral diseases in our furry friends is easier than you might think. Here's our Step-by-Step Guide.
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Dec 28

Healthy Pets: Tackling Weight Loss

January: Pet Weight Loss Awareness Month! Is Your Pup Pudgy? Is Your Kitty Chunky? Dr. Childers shares her expertise on combatting this health-threatening condition for both dogs and cats.
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Dec 5

Cracking the Code: Understanding the Purr-fect Language of Cats

In honor of December being "National Cat Month", we're going to unravel the captivating history of cats and decode the unique language they use to communicate with us.
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Nov 2

Senior Pet's Arthritis Guide: Keep Them Painless & Playful!

Learn how to spot the signs and explore proactive steps that can make a significant difference in enhancing your senior pet's well-being.
More
Oct 2

Best Local Trails to Walk Your Dog

Walking your dog is the best form of mental and physical exercise for both of you. Find your momentum and explore new hiking trails with our handy list for locals.
More
Sep 29

Halloween: Precautions To Celebrate Safely With Your Pet

Halloween has become a holiday to celebrate not only with your children and friends but with your pets, as well. Many owners look forward to...
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Sep 29

Finding Your Furever Friend: A Vet's Take on Dog Adoption🐾

In October, we support "Adopt a Dog" month by giving you essential considerations, with your veterinarian's role in mind.
More
Sep 12

Celebrating Responsible Dog Ownership: A Guide to Ensuring Your Canine Companion's Well-Being

September is Responsible Dog Ownership month, and Dr. Jennifer Coval, a small animal vet with Countryside, has key advice that can make a difference in your dog’s wellbeing.
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Sep 12

Crucial Clues: How to Tell if Your Dog is in Pain

Do you know how to spot pain in your dog? September is Animal Pain Awareness Month and this blog post delves into the different types of pain, Signs, and Effective Management Strategies.
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31 Jan

Chew on This: The Ultimate How-To for Happy Pet Teeth!

Preventing oral diseases in our furry friends is easier than you might think. Here's our Step-by-Step Guide.
More
28 Dec

Healthy Pets: Tackling Weight Loss

January: Pet Weight Loss Awareness Month! Is Your Pup Pudgy? Is Your Kitty Chunky? Dr. Childers shares her expertise on combatting this health-threatening condition for both dogs and cats.
More
5 Dec

Cracking the Code: Understanding the Purr-fect Language of Cats

In honor of December being "National Cat Month", we're going to unravel the captivating history of cats and decode the unique language they use to communicate with us.
More
2 Nov

Senior Pet's Arthritis Guide: Keep Them Painless & Playful!

Learn how to spot the signs and explore proactive steps that can make a significant difference in enhancing your senior pet's well-being.
More
2 Oct

Best Local Trails to Walk Your Dog

Walking your dog is the best form of mental and physical exercise for both of you. Find your momentum and explore new hiking trails with our handy list for locals.
More
29 Sep

Halloween: Precautions To Celebrate Safely With Your Pet

Halloween has become a holiday to celebrate not only with your children and friends but with your pets, as well. Many owners look forward to...
More
29 Sep

Finding Your Furever Friend: A Vet's Take on Dog Adoption🐾

In October, we support "Adopt a Dog" month by giving you essential considerations, with your veterinarian's role in mind.
More
12 Sep

Celebrating Responsible Dog Ownership: A Guide to Ensuring Your Canine Companion's Well-Being

September is Responsible Dog Ownership month, and Dr. Jennifer Coval, a small animal vet with Countryside, has key advice that can make a difference in your dog’s wellbeing.
More