Pet Poison Emergencies

trinnyWe had a scare with our dog tonight. I walked into the kitchen and saw shreds of pink and white paper and foil lying on the floor.

18 thoughts on “Pet Poison Emergencies

  1. I did not know that about the Xylitol and thank you for the pet ER kit information.

    I did almost kill my dog with a Junior Mint one time. I was so scared because the vet said either she was going to be OK or she would be lost before we got her to him.

  2. Wow! who would of thought that chewing gum could be poisonous to a dog- that is something good to know that their are things in chewing gum that can cause problems for your pet. Thanks so much for this post!

  3. I had no idea that gum could cause such sickness in a dog I can’t say how much I appreciate the Pet Posin Helpline phone number. I will be forwarding that number to my sister, son and other dediicated pet owners and lovers I know.

  4. Brutus the boxer ata a bag of macadamias and had to go the ER when we frist rescued him.
    The ASPCA of the US has a list of toxic foods/things taht are bad for your pet.

  5. I had a scare like this once with a dog I had named Thor, I stayed as calm as I could and I had to call that hotline too. I was terrified. He ate chocolate out of the pantry, after I knew he was fine I sat there with him crying lol

  6. This is great information to keep on hand. I am going to pass this on to my brother since he has a few dogs.

  7. I didn’t know this thanks for the information! A lot of family pets around here are having seizures lately. None of them have ever suffered from seizures either. My dog just passed away from having them :*( I’m starting to wonder if there’s bad pet food out, or maybe something in the water around here? It’s just really weird I think.

  8. Thank you so much for your very informative article on pet poisonings and what to do in an emergency, but better still how to be prepared and prevent those types of emergencies. I did not know that Xylitol was poisonous to pets.

  9. Thank you so, so much for this post! Our dog, Koda, got into some gum just a few days ago. Thank goodness she didn’t show any signs of poisoning, but I am keeping all of this information on hand. Again, thank you so much. I did not know any of this! It is so important to know how to keep our fur babies safe!

  10. Thanks for the information on xylotil because I was not even aware of it in certain foods or of the consequences that can occur if an animal eats it.This was great information to post for everyone and I am so glad to have read this.

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