Poisoning In Dogs
Dogs by nature are inquisitive and curious.
A great habit it is, when you are taking your dog out to walk. However, it works against them when they start directing this curiosity towards things that could cause a great deal of grief – to the dog and to the owner.
Poisoning in dogs is a common enough occurrence and if left untreated may be fatal. Common symptoms of dog poisoning include lethargy, bouts of sudden diarrhoea or vomiting, drooling or hypersalivating, inappetance and nausea. Other symptoms may include a racing heart rate, halitosis (“breath that smells”), pale gum, excessive thirst or urination, absence or decreased urination and black-tarry stool.
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