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Pet PoisoningPet Poisoning

Many substances you might encounter at home or outdoors can be toxic to dogs, cats, or other pets when consumed, inhaled, or touched — including some medications, foods, and other products that are safe for humans.

If you suspect that your pet has ingested or come into contact with a poisonous substance:

Call the 24-hour ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at 1-888-426-4435 (consultation fee may be required).

Take your pet immediately to an Emergency Veterinary Hospital.