Animal & Veterinary
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"Information For Consumers" fliers are intended to provide answers to questions about veterinary medicine issues which are frequently asked by consumers.
Information for Consumers Fliers
Taking Care of Pets During a Disaster or Emergency Caution to Pet Owners – Pet Treats and Toys May Cause Problems for Your Pet Pet Turtles May Be Harmful To Your Children's Health(PDF - 342KB) Information on Marketing a Pet Food Product FDA's Regulation of Pet Food Pet Food Labels - General How FDA Regulates Veterinary Devices Selecting Nutritious Pet Foods
Keep Lilies Away From Your Cats FDA Partners With Veterinary Labs to Help Animals Phasing Out Certain Antibiotic Use in Farm Animals Giving FDA.gov Visitors a New Mobile Experience Pain Medicines for Pets: Know the Risks FDA Moves to Keep Foods Safe for Animals Prevent Heartworms in Pets Year-Round Why Are Jerky Treats Making Pets Sick?
- Cutting-Edge, Essential Science on Display at the Foods and Veterinary Medicine Science and Research Conference
Strengthening Oversight of Imported Foods Fighting the Impact of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Medication Errors Happen to Pets, Too FDA Modernizing Regulatory Science FDA Webinar: Melamine—The Cause of the 2007 Pet Food Recall[ARCHIVED] Keep Kids, Pets Away From Skin Sprayed With Evamist Treating Cushing's Disease in Dogs Safe Use of Flea and Tick Products in Pets[ARCHIVED] FDA 101: Animal Feed[ARCHIVED] Purchasing Pet Drugs Online: Buyer Beware Safe Handling Tips for Pet Foods and Treats[ARCHIVED] Heartworm Prevention in Your Pet Medications for Your Pet: 10 Questions to Ask Your Vet[ARCHIVED] No Bones About It: Bones Are Unsafe for Your Dog Improperly Discarded 'Sharps' Can Be Dangerous