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Chocolate: Chocolate contains a substance called
theobromine, which is toxic to dogs. Baking chocolate and dark
chocolate is especially dangerous.
Bleach: As you might imagine, household bleach is toxic to
dogs. Keep all products containing bleach out of your dog’s
Tylenol: As few as two regular-strength Tylenol tablets can kill
a small dog.
Watch batteries: If your dog ingests a watch battery, it can
cause a potentially fatal ulceration in the stomach within 12
hours. All other alkaline batteries are toxic to dogs as well.
Moth balls: Moth balls are very dangerous to dogs. They
contain an insecticide that causes central nervous system
excitement and seizures.
Fabric softeners and other detergents: All sorts of
household detergents are toxic to dogs at one level or another,
but fabric softeners fall into the highly toxic category poison.
Mouthwash: Mouthwash can contain boric acid, which is
highly toxic to dogs. Symptoms of poisoning by mouthwash
include vomiting, drooling, seizures and coma.
Peach pits: With most fruits, the pits and the seeds are toxic
to dogs. Signs of poisoning include drooling, vomiting and
Household plants: Many common and popular household
plants are highly toxic to dogs. A partial list of toxic plants
includes poinsettias, lilies, ferns, devil’s ivy, aloe and ivy.
If you think your dog may have eaten any of these substances,
or anything else that could poison him, call a vet immediately. It
could save his life.
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