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Read the first of our series of InPractice articles on ‘Intoxication in dogs and cats’

There are two types of intoxicated patient that present to veterinary practices: the asymptomatic patient with a known exposure and the patient with clinical signs that may (or may not) be due to a toxin or poison. Deciding when (or if) to treat these patients is often an inexact science and the decision must be made based on numerous risk factors, the owner’s level of comfort with risk and any financial constraints.

Read the first of our series of four articles for InPractice magazine here.