"There are a number of everyday substances that can lead to dog poisoning.
This includes plants, chocolate, grapes, insecticides, artificial sweeteners (xylitol) and even common human medications.
She spent weeks in intensive care, with doctors struggling to curb the disease - as she also developed pneumonia and hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, a condition which makes immune cells mutate. Distraught, her family members described the excruciating pain Tamela suffered in her final weeks.
'You wouldn't want this for your worst enemy,' her stepmother Kathy Potter told Fox 6 News.
Depending on the cause, a veterinarian could recommend vomiting, cleaning the skin or flushing the eyes.
Many of the causes and solutions are described below in the quick reference table and by following the links below: Depends on the type, but usually includes vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity, increase urination, hyperthermia.
A mother-of-one has died of a tick-borne illness that has only affected five people in the United States.
Of course there are some high-powered magnums that make a lot of noise and can send bullets off at super high velocities – one of my favorites of all time, the .257 Wby. Here, then, are my Top 10 all-time favorite under-.270-inch hunting cartridges.It was introduced in the late 1950s and early 1960s with the .338 and .458 Win.Mags as one of a family of short-cased 2.5-inch belted magnum cartridges developed by Winchester based on the .375 Holland & Holland parent case.Be sure to tell the vet the amount swallowed, the time or how long ago it was swallowed, the weight of your dog and any symptoms.Look for the classic signs of poisoning in dogs including gastrointestinal distress (diarrhea and vomiting), mouth sores and irritation, weakness, appetite loss, a lack of coordination, seizures and collapse.