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Center for Pet Safety supports ban on Water Beads

Center for Pet Safety has endorsed Esther’s Law (Water Bead Ban). Esther’s Law is named for Esther Jo Bethard, a 10-month-old from North Prairie, Wisconsin who lost her life after she swallowed a stray water bead. These beads swell when they are exposed to moisture. They can then block the digestive tract. While these products […]

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Supporter Highlight – Dayspring Pens

Dayspring Pens is proud to partner with the Center for Pet Safety through a donation of engraved pens. It is an honor to be able to donate to an organization that works so diligently to test and determine the safety of pets and their human companions. The Center for Pet Safety has served individuals and […]

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July 4th Safety for Pets

2020 Safety This has certainly been a challenging year. Beyond our normal safety measures for pets, we at Center for Pet Safety encourage pet owners to wear a mask and social distance when you’re out and about. It is also a good year to tone down our celebrations, not only for our safety, but for the […]

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Pet Loss – Caring enough to let go

It’s the worst part of being a pet owner, yet inevitable for all of us. Pet loss is an especially difficult and sensitive topic to address. Perspective from personal experience The last ten months have been devastating in my household. Over the last two years one by one, three of my four dogs were diagnosed […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Today is Mother’s Day.  I’m sitting on my couch, writing, on this rainy day with my little Rusty, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and his buddy, Mattie, next to me with Trevor and Spencer across from me.  It is a moment that I need to stop and cherish. Today I purposefully slowed down my world […]

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World Water Day – Pet Edition

We sometimes take for granted the availability and cleanliness of our water, but in other parts of the world water is unavailable due to drought or is not clean enough to drink.  The following are tips to help you ensure the safety of your pets and their drinking water. Biofilm Your pets deserve clean water […]

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