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With the preponderance of serotonin-associated medications prescribed for both people and animals, veterinarians must know the potential for toxicity in their patients.
The prevalence of poison exposure in companion animals remains higher than ever. Make sure you know how typical toxins are treated.
Clevor adds another, simpler weapon in the veterinarian’s arsenal for inducing emesis following toxin or foreign body ingestion in canine patients.
This time on The Dilemma Live: How would you address pet marijuana intoxication with owners?
When it comes to old wives tales, veterinary medicine has some doozies about what household items can hurt and help pets. No one know this better than a veterinary toxicologist who works at the Animal Poison Control Center.