Alerts

Please be cautious with your pets as Melia azedarach (also known as White Cedar, Chinaberry or Cape Lilac) berries are now ripe and falling from trees throughout Australia and New Zealand. ...

Over the past 24 hours, the Animal Poisons Helpline has received several reports of dogs eating beached bluebottles (Physalia physalis) in the Auckland area. If you are in Auckland...

The Animal Poisons Helpline has received an increase in the number of calls regarding pufferfish poisoning over the past week. As we are about to enter summer, we would like to...

As the weather continues to warm up, we have noticed a significant increase in calls regarding pets ingesting compost. But did you know that your compost pile could be ...

The Animal Poisons Centre team are working tirelessly around the clock to improve outcomes for poisoned animals. Two weeks ago, we rolled out an automated and intuitive SMS follow up service. All pet owners that call the Animal Poisons Centre now receive an SMS asking...

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There are very very few businesses or individuals that have not been impacted in some way by COVID-19. Despite the widespread impacts of this pandemic, the services of the Animal Poisons Centre are still available around-the-clock for any poisoned patients that you may require assistance...

March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month and on this occasion the Australian Animal Poisons Center have teamed up with the ASPCA (US) Animal Poison Control Center and VetEducation (veteducation.com.au) to bring you 5 webinars, which have been recorded over 4 days by renowned speakers from...

Most veterinarians in Australia will be very familiar with treating anticoagulant rodenticide ingestions. The LD50 for long acting second generation anticoagulant rodenticides is generally much lower than for first generation anticoagulant rodenticides such as warfarin....

Kinetic sand, also sometimes known as magic sand, is a sensory or educational product for children that has become popular over the last decade. It is available to buy at almost any store that has a childrens toy section.As kinetic sand has become a more...