New Canadian Animal Supplements Mandatory Reporting Obligations

SafetyCall International is now providing a new service focused on adverse event reporting for Veterinary Health Products (VHPs) in Canada. This service coincides with the change in regulatory reporting obligations for Canadian animal supplements. VHPs must comply with Health Canada’s Food and Drugs Act and Regulations, including the Natural Health Products Regulations. These products are regulated by the Veterinary Drugs …

Animal Supplement Industry Growth

Since the start of Covid-19, the Animal Supplement Industry has seen steady growth and adaptation of its products. More than ever, pet owners are looking into new ways to keep their animals healthy. Consumers that are both new and familiar to this industry are becoming increasingly more cautious and curious about ways that can improve their pet’s mental and physical …

Believe Ranch and Rescue Donation

SafetyCall is proud to be a preferred supplier of the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC). During the 2021 NASC Virtual Conference held in June, SafetyCall was introduced to the nonprofit organization, Believe Ranch and Rescue. While listening to their story, we were moved by their passion and determination for rescuing horses that had been neglected and abused.  Their mission is …

National Animal Supplement Council’s Annual Conference Recap

This past week, Ahna Brutlag, DVM, MS, DABT, DABVT Director, Veterinary Services & Senior Veterinary Toxicologist, presented at the National Animal Supplement Council’s annual meeting. The virtual conference attracted a variety of attendees that have roles across the animal supplement industry. The agenda covered the topics of Science & Compliance, Sales & Marketing and Business Growth.

Dr. Brutlag presented during …

Employee American Board of Veterinary Toxicology (ABVT) Accomplishments

SafetyCall International /Pet Poison Helpline is pleased to recognize the recent accomplishments of several of our employees for their board-certification and elected leadership roles to the American Board of Veterinary Toxicology (ABVT). SafetyCall is home to four of the 107 ABVT Diplomates worldwide. Thanks to their hard work and dedication, SafetyCall remains staffed with industry leading experts in veterinary toxicology.…

Dietary Supplement Regulatory Virtual Summit Recap

Rick Kingston PharmD, President, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs at SafetyCall International had the honor of presenting at the Dietary Supplement Regulatory Virtual Summit which was held on September 16th. This joint regulatory summit held in collaboration with the FDA was sponsored by key trade associations representing industry which included: AHPA, CHPA, CRN, NPA and UNPA. The Summit included an audience …

SafetyCall Named Top Workplace for 10th Year

SafetyCall International/Pet Poison Helpline has been recognized as a Top 150 Workplace for the 10th year! We are truly honored to receive this Star Tribune award as it would not be possible without our wonderful employees. Here at SafetyCall/ Pet Poison Helpline, we pride ourselves in the fact that “We Care.” We care for our clients and their customers, …

SafetyCall International’s, Dr. Rick Kingston, Speaks at DSQC Virtual Meeting

SafetyCall International’s President, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs & Sr. Clinical Toxicologist, Rick Kingston, recently spoke at the Dietary Supplements Quality Collaborative (DSQC) virtual meeting. DSQC’s membership is comprised of multi-stakeholders working to better the quality and safety of dietary supplements. They bring together members across all sectors to promote the safety of supplements. Their mission statement claims to “aim to …

We Care

SafetyCall International is committed to caring for our employees, clients, their customers and our community. Over the past several weeks, local communities have been affected by the unrest that has developed in our beloved home city of Minneapolis and the surrounding communities.

SafetyCall and our employees came together to donate items that were needed most. Last week, Mount Vernon Missionary …

Read the Label

Annie Asplen, Paramedic, MS
Medical Writer, Regulatory Assistant, Senior Information Specialist

Product misuse is a common problem, and it’s often the result of users not stopping to read the label. We understand why not; some labels are so busy, it’s hard not to fall asleep before you’ve even found the directions. As tempting as it is to just to skip …