New Toxicities Identified for Pets

November 9, 2017

Laura Stern, DVM, DAVBT, senior toxicologist for the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, shares new toxicities that have been recently identified for pets.

Laura Stern, DVM, DAVBT, senior toxicologist for the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, shares new toxicities that have been recently identified for pets.

Recently, grapes and raisins have been found to cause acute kidney injury in dogs, and certain herbal supplements have been found to cause serotonin syndrome. Dr. Stern has also seen an increase in pets ingesting toxic levels of hops due to the increasing number of microbreweries and home breweries.