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Anaphylactic Shock

Anaphylactic shock is an immediate, serious allergic reaction. The most common drug allergen that causes anaphylactic shock is penicillin. The venom in the...

Fading Puppy Or Kitten

Puppies and kittens are very susceptible to illness, and they can go from being healthy to near death within hours....

Gunshot Wounds

Pets get shot more frequently in rural communities, particularly during hunting season. More often, dogs and cats injured by guns are shot intentionally, e...

Poisoning, Chocolate

Most dogs like chocolate, but it can be dangerous. Chocolate contains methylxanthines (made up of caffeine and the alkaloid theobromine). Methylxanthines a...

Poisoning, Drug

Unintentional overdose with veterinary medications and accidental ingestion of both human and veterinary pills are the most common causes of poisoning in p...

Poisoning, Insecticide

There are dozens of products sold at hardware, home repair, and agricultural stores to kill ants, termites, wasps, garden pests, and other insects. Most of...

Poisoning, Metals

Lead - Lead is found in fishing weights and is a base for some artists paints. Other sources of lead include linoleum, drywall (sheetrock), batteries, plum...

Poisoning, Poison Baits

Animal baits containing strychnine, sodium fluoroacetate, phosphorus, zinc phosphide, and metaldehyde are used in rural areas to control gopher, cyotes, an...

Poisoning, Rodent Poison

Common rat and mouse poisons include anticoagulants and hypercalcemic agents. Both can be deadly if your pet ingests them. Anticoagulants - Anticoagulan...