5 pet toxins that require immediate treatment

01/10/2012 | Seattle Times, The

Emergency veterinarian Joe Musielak points out that certain compounds are rapidly deadly for pets if left untreated so immediate consultation with a veterinarian is ingestion is suspected. These include chocolate, slug bait, rat poison and antifreeze. Marijuana ingestion, while usually not deadly, also requires veterinary care and causes symptoms similar to antifreeze toxicity, writes Dr. Musielak.

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