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Let’s look at Zika virus first. Most of the research into this virus relates to infection in humans and non-human primates. There has been no evidence that dogs and ca...
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Hi, The main reason acetaminophen is poisonous for dogs and cats (and other species) is that the drug is broken down and eliminated from the body in a different wa...
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Answered by Elaine
Actually I have never heard of giving your pets tynelol. I would seek professional advice.
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The first thing to do is take your pet straight to your vet or emergency clinic, The quicker you get them to the clinic after they eat the acetaminophen, the better. T...
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In the dog, Tylenol toxicity can present as depression, tummy pain and loss of appetite. They also vomit. Blood tests show an increase in liver enzymes which indicates...
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Hi, It is quite common for dogs who have a cruciate ligament rupture in one leg to develop one in the other leg unfortunately. Surgical stabilization of the knee j...
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