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March 11th 2017:Hidden Dangers: Pet Poison Prevention and Treatment

It may be unintentional but your pup may end up consuming something that is harmful to his health. Just like a toddler who can potentially get into a chemical cabinet, your pup can get into the trash or find some toxic scraps lying around. Today’s show will cover how to prevent your fur kids from accidentally consuming poison or toxic substances, and what to do if they happen to end up doing so.

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Dr. Jason Nicholas

Dr. Jason Nicholas (“Dr. J”) is a vet on a mission…. a mission to help people protect their pets and keep them safe, healthy, and out of the ER. He created Preventive Vet, a website and book publishing company, in 2011 to ensure that pet lovers everywhere would have access to reliable, understandable, and practical pet health and safety information. Since then, Dr. J and the rest of the Preventive Vet team have helped countless pets enjoy a longer, happier, healthier life together with the people who love them. Learn more at
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Dr. Tina Wismer

Dr. Tina Wismer earned her undergraduate degree from Ohio’s University of Findlay and received her DVM from Purdue University in 1994. Dr. Wismer worked in both small animal and emergency practice before joining the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center in 1998. Dr. Wismer is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology and the American Board of Veterinary Toxicology. She is an adjunct instructor at the University of Illinois, a consultant for VIN (Veterinary Information Network) and a Master Gardener.
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Dr. Charlotte Flint

Dr. Charlotte Flint has been with Pet Poison Helpline since 2010. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA degree in Psychology and then received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 2002. After veterinary school, Dr. Flint completed a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists in Southfield, Michigan and then worked as an emergency veterinarian for many years before transitioning to toxicology. Dr. Flint lives in the Twin Cities with her cats and Australian shepherd mix dog.
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