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Posted on 12-07-2017
You know not to let your dog have chocolate, but what about grapes or nuts? Is the same food toxic in a cat if a dog can’t have it? It’s good to know the answers to these questions so you can manage your pet’s diet and avoid a toxic food mishap.
Here are the foods you should keep far away from your pet:
Okay, you now know which foods are on the can’t-eat list, but what if your pet already ate one of these foods? First, it’s important not to panic. By taking swift action, you can save your pet’s life.
Look out for:
If your pet exhibits one or more of the above symptoms, it’s likely they got into human food they’re not supposed to eat.
You should always have your Troutdale veterinarian’s number on standby so you can reach out to them in such an emergency. Be sure to stay calm and explain the amount your pet ate and when it happened. Your vet will then direct you from there.
In most cases, you’ll take your pet into the vet right away. The situation will likely be treated as an emergency. After a quick examination, your vet will administer the poisoning treatment for your pet.
If your pet has gotten into a toxic food and you need poisoning treatment fast, please visit Paws & Claws Medical Center. We’re a Troutdale veterinarian that also serves those in Gresham. Our other dog and cat treatment options are heartworm treatment, flea and tick treatment, senior pet care, kitten and puppy care, laboratory services, microchipping, vaccinations, radiology, pet surgery, pet dental care, emergency care, and wellness care.
To reach our animal hospital today, come to Paw & Claws Pet Medical Center on 26745 Southeast Stark Street or call 503-661-1833.
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