Pet intoxication can turn deadly in minutes - make every second count with ReadyRESCUE™

ReadyRESCUE™ is the only vet created life-saving rescue tool trusted to help your pet survive a toxin ingestion.

Veterinary crafted

Safe & Effective

Pet parent approved

5.0/5 Stars (18 Reviews)

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Dog with a box of Dr. Cuddles ReadyRESCUE emergency detoxifier for pets.

Every Second Counts When Your Pet Accidentally Ingests a Toxin - Are You Prepared?

ReadyRESCUE™ is the only vet backed life-saving rescue tool proven to help your pet pass toxins before it’s too late.

Veterinary crafted

Safe & Effective

Pet parent approved

4.9/5 Stars (144 Reviews)

backed by science

for dogs and cats

crafted by vet specialists

safe & non-toxic

for dogs and cats

life saving

backed by science

for dogs and cats

crafted by vet specialists

safe & non-toxic

for dogs and cats

life saving

vet crafted for toxin intervention in a matter of seconds

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100% safe

ReadyRESCUE™ is 100% safe to give your pet, avoiding harmful side effects from other methods like esophageal burns and electrolyte imbalances, so that you can administer without hesitation.

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pet approved

ReadyRESCUE™ has no scent or taste, making it easy to mix into your pet's favorite treat to encourage quick eating- a plus for both of you! 

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broad spectrum detox

the advanced activated carbon spheres in ReadyRESCUE™ bind to a wide range of toxins, making it your go-to solution for almost all household intoxications 

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easy administration

Convenient & Doesn't Require A Vet

ReadyRESCUE™'s advanced, condensed structure makes it clean & easy to administer, allowing you to provide immediate care. 

top veterinarians in the field recommend ReadyRESCUE™ as a must-have for pet parents to safely treat toxicity at home

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Ezra Steinberg

VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Practice Owner

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Laura Barbur, DVM, DACVS

Emergency and Orthopedic Surgery

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Benjamin Brainard, VMD, DACVAA, DACVECC

Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service, Director of Clinical Research, College of Veterinary Medicine UGA

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Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO

Veterinary Ophthalmology

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JD Foster

VMD, MS, DACVIM (SAIM)

Founder of the American College of Veterinary Nephrology & Urology and Internal Medicine Veterinarian

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Masha Roman, DVM

Emergency and Orthopedic Surgery

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MJ Soula
DVM

Emergency Veterinarian and Veterinary Surgeon

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Christine Keyserling, DVM DACVECC

Emergency & Critical Care Veterinarian

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Meghan Jeffcoat, DVM

Veterinarian

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Lisa Lippman, DVM

Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Veterinarian

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Stephen Garofolo DVM DACVS

Veterinary Surgery

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Oli Morgan VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Staff Surgeon, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists


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Daniela Korec DVM DACIM (Oncology)

Veterinary Oncologist


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Scott Roberts VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Mike Dugan, DVM

Primary Care and Emergency Veterinarian

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Ezra Steinberg

VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Practice Owner

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Laura Barbur, DVM, DACVS

Emergency and Orthopedic Surgery

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Benjamin Brainard, VMD, DACVAA, DACVECC

Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service, Director of Clinical Research, College of Veterinary Medicine UGA

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Micki Armour, VMD, DACVO

Veterinary Ophthalmology

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JD Foster

VMD, MS, DACVIM (SAIM)

Founder of the American College of Veterinary Nephrology & Urology and Internal Medicine Veterinarian

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Masha Roman, DVM

Emergency and Orthopedic Surgery

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MJ Soula
DVM

Emergency Veterinarian and Veterinary Surgeon

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Christine Keyserling, DVM DACVECC

Emergency & Critical Care Veterinarian

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Meghan Jeffcoat, DVM

Veterinarian

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Lisa Lippman, DVM

Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Veterinarian

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Stephen Garofolo DVM DACVS

Veterinary Surgery

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Oli Morgan VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Staff Surgeon, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists


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Daniela Korec DVM DACIM (Oncology)

Veterinary Oncologist


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Scott Roberts VMD DACVS

Veterinary Surgeon


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Mike Dugan, DVM

Primary Care and Emergency Veterinarian

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A note from vet founder,
Dr. Mat Glassman, VMD, DACVS

“I developed ReadyRESCUE™ to help fix a broken pet industry. ReadyRESCUE™ provides a first-of-its kind opportunity for pet owners to immediately provide treatment for their dog or cat when an incident strikes. Not only can it provide life saving care, early intervention has the ability to eliminate costly, prolonged hospital stays by preventing the toxin from being absorbed by the body-  reducing stress for your pet and financial strain for families doing whatever they can for their 4-legged family member. Most of all, ReadyRESCUE™ brings peace of mind that you can care for your pet smarter." 

The only product proven to save lives 

ReadyRESCUE™ is a first response detoxifier that you can administer at home while you’re investigating the toxin, calling the pet poison hotline, and if needed, driving into the vet. it uses advanced activated carbon spheres to actively absorb toxins immediately after an intoxication event and carry them safely through your pet’s body- and out the other end!


think of ReadyRESCUE™as a bridge between the chocolate your dog just ate and the care they’d receive at the vet- ReadyRESCUE™ begins absorbing toxins immediately to help them get there.


when compared to other methods used to treat intoxications, ReadyRESCUE™ is more effective than vomiting and stomach pumping at almost every time interval (as shown on right).

Graph comparing decontamination efficacy of activated charcoal, gastric lavage, and ipecac over time.

Product features:

convenient

packaging

ReadyRESCUE™ comes in 30g glass vials, making it easy to store, administer, and travel with.

more powerful than

the market alternative

our formula is 6x more effective by volume and is optimized for easier administration at home without the potential of stopping up the GI tract.

First of its kind

solution

ReadyRESCUE™ is setting a new standard in pet safety. our solution harnesses the power of activated carbon to swiftly counteract toxins, bridging the gap between unforeseen ingestions and expert vet attention.

Finally,
a vet-crafted at-home toxin response solution that is safe & easy to administer in minutes

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administering ReadyRESCUE™

1

act fast

immediately administer if

ingestion of a toxic substance is

suspected. ReadyRESCUE™ is

safe even if you determine your

pet didn't eat anything toxic!

2

administer

give the amount of ReadyRESCUE™

that corresponds to the weight of your

pet with a small amount of water, pet

food or a palatable treat like peanut

butter. make sure your pet consumes

all of the ReadyRESCUE™

3

investigate toxin

investigate the

ingestion further to

determine if your pet

ate something toxic.

4

follow up

if you determine your pet did

consume something toxic,

contact poison control or your

vet to determine if additional

care is necessary

developed, trusted & recommended by top veterinary specialists

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MJ Soula, DVM

"During my time as an emergency vet, it was always so sad to see animals that presented suffering from preventable home intoxications. Nobody thinks it is going to happen, but it happens frequently. That is why I am so happy that there is a product like ReadyRESCUE™ to save animals' lives. Every pet owner should have ReadyRESCUE™ in their house for when the inevitable strikes."

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Dr. Benjamin Brainard, VMD, DACVAA, DACVECC

“Activated charcoal is the gold standard method for oral detoxification in veterinary medicine, avoiding the potential dangers of emesis (inducing vomiting), especially after an unknown duration of exposure. Home-based methods to induce vomiting in pets can be inconsistent, so the ability to immediately administer ReadyRESCUE™ to alert animals when intoxication is first suspected may limit absorption of toxins and be a life-saving bridge until the pets can be seen by a veterinarian. This product should be in every home with pets as a safe and effective initial treatment for home-based intoxications in dogs and cats.”