Emergency Tips

If you have any concerns about a food or toxin your pet has eaten,

call the ASPCA poison control line:

888-426-4435

Keep the case number that they give you and bring it with

you when you come into the office for treatment.


 

Toxic Foods

•Chocolate
•Onions
•Garlic
•Avocado
•Coffee
•Caffeine
•Grapes/Raisins
•Alcohol
•Yeast
•Macadamia Nuts
•Undercooked Meat/Eggs
•Bones
•Xylitol
•Chives

 toxic food for animals

Top Toxic Human Medications

•Tylenol
•Advil
•Motrin
•Ibuprofen
•Aspirin
•Other Pain Medications
•Diet Pills
•Antidepressants
•Cold Medicine
•Human Vitamins

Seek Immediate Medical Treatment for the Following Ailments

 

Snake Bites
Hit by a Car
Other Trauma
Sudden Abdominal Swelling
White/Blue/Grey Gums
Weak/Fast Pulse
Choking
Loss of Consciousness
Unable to Urinate
Sudden inability to Walk

snake bit on animal

Moderate-Severe Bleeding
Change in Body Temperature
Severe Allergic Reaction
Seizures
Poisoning
Electric Shock
Trouble Breathing
Rapid Breathing
Cannot Stand
Difficulty Giving Birth

Most common Plants that are Toxic to Animals

 

1. Lilies
2. Marijuana
3. Sago Palm
4. Tulips/Narcissus Bulbs
5. Azalea/Rhododendron
6. Oleander
7. Castor Bean
8. Cyclamen
9. Kalanchoe

 toxic plants for animal

10. Yew
11. Amaryllis
12. Autumn Crocus
13. Chrysanthemum
14. English Ivy
15. Peace Lily (Mauna Loa)
16. Pothos
17. Schefflera

 

Common Hazards that may be around your House

 

Blue/Green Algae
Fertilizer
Cocoa Mulch
Slug/Snail Bait
Fly Bait
Rat/Mouse Bait
Swimming Pool Treatment Supplies
Citronella Candles
Frogs, scorpions, spiders, snakes,
Lizards, and insects

hazard products around house aniumals 

Certain Flea products
Potpourri
Pennies (Made after 1982)
Fabric Softener Sheets
Moth Balls
Batteries
Christmas Tree Water
Tinsel
Glass ornaments
Ribbons
Electrical Cords