Dog poison symptoms and treatment
There are a huge number of items which can be poisonous to a dog. Some are obvious poisons such as substances for pest control or decorating related items. This sort of thing might normally be kept in a garden shed. But there are others that we may be less likely to think of, such as poisonous plants. There are certain foodstuffs too, which cause no problems to people, such as nuts and dried fruit, which can also be very harmful to a dog.
Sophie Flux, from Animal Aiders
, tells us what signs to look out for that your dog has been poisoned and what to do if you think they have been. Ideally, of course, prevention is better than cure.
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