Most Common Food Toxins That Cause Pet Poisoning in Richmond


by Laurel Douglass, DVM

Many of our pet owners ask about potential foods that are toxic to their pets and what they should do if ever their pets consume a food that may be toxic. Here is a list of my most common foods that dogs and/or cats can be exposed to.



This list is not complete, so if you are concerned about something your pet ate, please call us at 281-884-9911 immediately for guidance regarding pet poisoning in Richmond.

Always please gather the following information:

1) When did he/she consume the toxin? Be as specific as possible. The more info you can provide, the better! If you know the brand of the toxin or still have the box/bottle, please bring that to Embrace Veterinary Care.

2) How much/what volume did he/she consume?

3) What is the weight of your pet?

4) What symptoms is he/she experiencing?

Embrace Veterinary Care also recommends ASPCA Poison Control (888) 426-4435. ASPCA also has a nifty app you can download for more specific information.

Pet Poisoning in Richmond

If have any reason to suspect that your pet has been exposed to or ingested a toxin or poison, prompt action is crucial. The sooner you seek veterinary treatment, the better the prognosis. If you suspect your companion is suffering from pet poisoning in Richmond, TX, or the surrounding animals, please contact us right away.



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