The Hiding Places & Pet Dangers of Xylitol
Xylitol is appearing in more and more places, from coffee to cough drops. It’s a big danger to pets, so you may want to share this handy list.
Treating Atomoxetine Ingestion in Dogs
How would you treat a dog who ingested atomoxetine? This case study from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center explains.
Questions to Help You Use Activated Charcoal Safely
The danger of hypernatremia is a definite worry when using activated charcoal as a treatment. To help you decrease the risk, consider these questions.
Birth Control Pill and HRT Exposure
Birth control pills and HRT are commonly found in households and animals routinely find and ingest them. How concerned should you be?
Syncope with Eye Drops
Would you know what to do with a patient who had ingested eye drops? See how your treatment plan measures up with this hypothetical case study.
E-cigarettes and Pets
Nicotine toxicity is not new, and whether from cigarettes, patches, insecticides or gum, the level of toxicity and signs seen remain the same.
Using Atipamezole as an Antidote
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center explains how atipamezole can be useful for reversing intoxications caused by a2 adrenergic agonists.
Topical Creams and Pets: A Dangerous Combination
In this article veterinarians explain what ingredients in topical creams for pain relief are problematic in more than one species.