ASPCA – List of Toxic Household Plants
Click here for the latest version of the ASPCA’s list of toxic household plants which are known to have systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
ASPCA – List of Toxic Household Substances
Click here for the latest version of the ASPCA’s list of toxic household substances which are known to have systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
If you believe that your pet has come in contact with a poison please take these necessary steps. Don’t panic. Rapid response is important, but panicking can interfere with the process of helping your pet.
Take 30 to 60 seconds to safely collect and have at hand any material involved. This will be of great benefit to us so that we can determine what poison or poisons are involved. In the event that you need to bring your pet to us, be sure to take the product’s container with you. Also, collect in a sealable plastic bag any material your pet may have vomited or chewed.
If you witness your pet consuming material that you suspect might be toxic, do not hesitate to seek emergency assistance, even if you do not notice any adverse effects. Sometimes, even if poisoned, an animal may appear normal for several hours or for days after the incident.
DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT US IF YOU BELIEVE YOUR PET HAS BEEN POISONED.