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With the recent rains over many parts of Australia, we have noticed a significant increase in the number of pets ingesting wild mushrooms. Australia and New Zealand ...

Sugar substitutes and sweetening agents are growing in popularity due to their possible beneficial effects for people including weight loss, diabetic control ...

You may have heard that grapes are toxic to dogs, and yes, we can confirm that grapes, raisins, and sultanas are all bad for your pooch. Whether they are black, red, or green...

Our Win a Doggy Bag of Goodies from the Australian Animal Poisons Helpline Competition is officially open! The Australian Animal Poisons Helpline is giving you the chance...

We have recently posted on the dangers of Lilies and wanted to take this opportunity to remind all cat owners to avoid them. Valentine’s day marks a particular risk as cat owners may be...

A huge shout-out to Hill’s Pet Nutrition for becoming a Platinum Sponsor of the Animal Poisons Helpline. By doing so, they have helped to keep the Animal Poisons Helpline FREE for all pet owners. ...

The Animal Poisons Helpline receives calls every day regarding pets ingesting poisonous plants. Many exposures can be managed at home, with only approximately 1 in 10 plant exposures ...

If you live in or near one of these postcodes, it may be a great idea to add us to your contacts! These are the most common postcodes in each state and territory that we received calls...