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Pet Poison Helpline, a animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Cases of xylitol poisoning have increased 10 times in the past six years, according the Pet Poison Helpline, and many dog owners don't know what it is.

Dangers Of Xylitol

Xylitol is in many "sugar-free" and ketogenic foods, including chewing gum and is more toxic than chocolate to dogs. If your dog comes in contact, call Pet poison hotline,

Daffodils: Ingestion of the bulb, plant or flower can cause severe vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and even possible cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory depression. Crystals are found in the outer layer of the bulbs, similar to hyacinths, which cause severe tissue irritation and secondary drooling. Daffodil ingestions can result in more severe symptoms so if an exposure is witnessed or symptoms are seen, we recommend seeking veterinary care for further supportive care.

Top 10 Plants Poisonous to Cats and Dogs: Pet Poison Helpline provides information on plants poisonous to cats and dogs.

Pet Poison Helpline, a 24-hour animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Pet Poison Helpline, a animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Pet Poison Prevention Week  Tip #4: Almost 7% of all pet poisonings are from mouse and rat poisons that can cause uncontrolled bleeding, seizures and kidney failure.  If your pet gets poisoned call the Pet Poison Hotline at 1-855-764-7661.  #KeepYourPetSafe #HealthyPets #instapet

Pet Poison Prevention Week 😷 Tip Almost of all pet poisonings are from mouse and rat poisons that can cause uncontrolled bleeding, seizures and kidney failure. If your pet gets poisoned call the Pet Poison Hotline at

Pet Poison Helpline, a 24-hour animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

Pet Poison Helpline, a animal poison control center for pet owners and veterinarians dealing with a poisoned pet.

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month. Do you know how to care for an injured pet until you can get it to your veterinarian or emergency veterinary hospital? Do you have the numbers for your veterinarian, an emergency veterinarian and a pet poison hotline stored in your phone? If the answer is no, please take a minute today to do this simple task. It could save your pet's life!

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month. Do you know how to care for an injured pet until you can get it to your veterinarian or emergency veterinary hospital? Do you have the numbers for your veterinarian, an emergency veterinarian and a pet poison hotline stored in your phone? If the answer is no, please take a minute today to do this simple task. It could save your pet's life!

30 Infographics that can Save Your Pet /// Pet Safety Tips + Free Printable Pet Emergency Sticker - The Cottage Market

30 Infographics that can Save Your Pet /// Pet Safety Tips + Free Printable Pet Emergency Sticker

For the love of your pet... To reduce your stress levels-- make a list of important emergency phone numbers:   -Your veterinarian  -The closest emergency veterinary clinic  -The ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline: 888-426-4435

5 Simple First Aid Tricks Every Pet Owner Should Know

For the love of your pet. To reduce your stress levels-- make a list of important emergency phone numbers: -Your veterinarian -The closest emergency veterinary clinic -The ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline:

Pet First Aid Tricks - Scenario: Poisoning If you suspect that your pet has eaten something toxic, call your veterinarian or the ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline (888-426-4435) immediately. Unless instructed to do so by a veterinarian, never induce vomiting. Many toxins are corrosive, and vomiting may damage the esophagus or cause choking.

5 Simple First Aid Tricks Every Pet Owner Should Know

Mary Fuller for Vetstreet Just the thought of something happening to your pet is enough to get your heart thumping in your chest. Despite your best intentions, accidents can and do happen.

FDA: Keep Your Dogs Away From Gum, Nut Butters Containing Xylitol

The Food & Drug Administration is issuing a stricter warning for dog owners against xylitol, a common sweetener that’s found in many gum products as well as some nut butters, because it c…

This Substance Is Making Dogs Sick, and It's Probably in Your Home Right Now - American Kennel Club

Dangers Of Xylitol

Xylitol is in many "sugar-free" foods, including chewing gum and is more toxic than chocolate to dogs. If your dog comes in contact, call Pet poison hotline, - American Kennel Club

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