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If you believe your pet may have ingested a toxic or poisonous substance or plant, please call PetVets Animal Hospital. In the event that we are closed or it's after hours, refer to the list of nearby emergency facilities located on our homepage, or you can call the ASPCA Poison Control Center for guidance. Calls are accepted 24/7, 365 days a year. but may incur a $65 consultation fee.
Poison Control (for animals)
A compilation of the most common plants that are toxic and non-toxic to animals can be found here:
ASPCA Toxic and Non-Toxic Plant List
Residents of Oak Park, Forest Park, and Cook County are eligible to use designated canine off-leash areas located throughout the county. For each allocated area the requirements and fees vary slightly, but permits are required for entry to all parks. Non-residents of Forest Park, Oak Park, or Cook County may be allowed to join for a higher fee.
All parks require your dog to be up-to-date on the following:
Proof of a negative fecal sample
Some parks may also require:
Oak Park has two designated off-leash areas. Permits, fees, and additional information can be found here: PDOP Dog Friendly Areas
Forest Park has one dog friendly space located at the south east corner of Circle and Lehmer. Dog park rules and registration can be found here: Park District of Forest Park
The Forest Preserves of Cook County has three off-leash areas and applications can be completed online or by mail. Additional information can be found here: FPCC Off-Leash Areas
The whole team is the jam! I have yet to find a vet that compares since I left Chicago. They took care of my pets through it all, are non-alarmist and are as good with people as they are with animals. I still try to pop in and say hi whenever I'm home. Highly recommend!