Tools & Tips
A few toxins can cause blindness, and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center presents a primer so you can effectively treat a patient’s exposure.
Veterinarians and veterinary technicians will benefit from these hour-long online courses on toxicology issues, presented by the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
Alcohol, shamrocks—read up on the two most common St. Patrick’s Day toxins and how to treat them.
The Top 10 Toxins list for 2016 from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center tabulates 180,639 calls about potential poisonings. Can you guess what people called about most often?
Join us for a review of common clinical signs and treatment approaches for a variety of common human medication exposures.
Learn the five things to know when treating for Fluorouracil exposures.
Every Super Bowl Sunday, pets all over get into things they shouldn’t. Can you guess what the top five exposures are?
The sugar in concentrated candy, such as gumdrops, can create a water and electrolyte imbalance and lead to serious problems in dogs.
What should you watch for with coin ingestions? Know what metals lurk in what coins, and what it all means for your patient.
Dogs most often ingest sago palm trimmings when out and about in the neighborhood, and treatment of the toxicosis can be extensive and intensive.