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Acetazolamide Good Puggle care is about making sure your home is a safe and happy environment for your dog. Acetazolamide Dogs have a naturally curious and mischievous nature. Acetazolamide In other words, acetazolamide they will get into anything and everything if given half the chance. Acetazolamide The following are 10 items that you may have around your home which are hazardous to your dog’s health –

  • Antifreeze – Antifreeze tastes like a sweet treat to your dog, acetazolamide and will be very appealing to him/her. Acetazolamide Although vital to your vehicle in the winter, acetazolamide antifreeze is incredibly poisonous to dogs and can kill them. Acetazolamide Signs to watch for in your dog include: vomiting, acetazolamide lethargy, acetazolamide stumbling and seizures. Acetazolamide Should you suspect that your dog has ingested antifreeze call your vet immediately.

Acetazolamide Make sure you store antifreeze on a high shelf or in a locked cupboard to avoid spills or the chance of your dog getting into it.

  • Bleach – Household bleach is extremely toxic to dogs and can lead to death if ingested. Acetazolamide Signs of bleach poisoning including vomiting, acetazolamide excessive drooling, acetazolamide and stomach pain. Acetazolamide If you suspect or know your dog has ingested bleach, acetazolamide as part of your Puggle care you should not induce vomiting – call the vet immediately.

Acetazolamide Store bleach in a locked cupboard or high shelf for safety.

  • Chocolate – Chocolate is toxic to dogs because it contains obromine. Acetazolamide Chocolate can kill dogs if ingested in small or large amounts. Acetazolamide Symptoms of chocolate poisoning include diarrhea, acetazolamide vomiting, acetazolamide excessive urination and activity, acetazolamide and can lead to seizures. Acetazolamide Call your vet immediately if you suspect your Puggle has ingested chocolate.

Acetazolamide Make sure chocolate candies are where your dog can’t reach them, acetazolamide especially when you have guests over for the holidays.

  • Detergent – There are a variety of household detergents and other chemicals that are incredibly toxic to dogs. Acetazolamide You are responsible for Puggle care and, acetazolamide therefore, acetazolamide need to ensure that fabric softener, acetazolamide clothing and dish detergent, acetazolamide bathroom cleaners, acetazolamide etc. Acetazolamide are kept in a safe place far from your dog’s reach. Acetazolamide The following are the signs and symptoms that may occur if your dog is suffering from chemical poisoning: Excessive drooling, acetazolamide vomiting, acetazolamide lethargy, acetazolamide muscle weakness, acetazolamide mouth burns, acetazolamide and even a coma. Acetazolamide Contact your Vet right away and do not induce vomiting.
  • Fruit pits and seeds – The pits and seeds of most fruits are actually toxic to dogs. Acetazolamide Excessive drooling, acetazolamide vomiting and lethargy are the common symptoms exhibited by dogs that have been poisoned by fruit pits and/or seeds. Acetazolamide Your dog should be taken to the Vet right away.

Acetazolamide Do not leave the garbage lying around where your dog can get at it, acetazolamide and keep fruit out of your dog’s reach.

  • House plants – Many of the lovely plants you have in your home can actually be deadly to your dog. Acetazolamide Some toxic plants include aloe, acetazolamide ferns, acetazolamide lilies and ivy. Acetazolamide If your dog has ingested a toxic plant, acetazolamide the following are symptoms to watch for: vomiting and a stimulated nervous system. Acetazolamide Be sure to contact your Vet right away.

Acetazolamide Make sure you find out if your plants are harmful to your pet. Acetazolamide Keep those that are not out of his/her reach. Acetazolamide However, acetazolamide if you do have plants that are toxic to dogs, acetazolamide the best Puggle care you can employ is to rid your house of such plants.

  • Mothballs – Moth balls are pure poison to dogs. Acetazolamide This shouldn’t surprise you considering the fact that moth balls contain insecticide. Acetazolamide A dog that ingests a moth ball will likely have symptoms of vomiting and seizures. Acetazolamide Your dog needs immediate veterinary care if you suspect or saw him/her ingest a moth ball. Acetazolamide Do not induce vomiting and rush them to the Vet right away as moth balls can result in liver failure.

Acetazolamide If you use moth balls, acetazolamide get rid of them for your dog’s safety.

  • MouthwashThe product you love that gives you minty fresh breath doesn’t provide your dog with the same benefits. Acetazolamide Most mouthwashes actually have an ingredient known as boric acid in them. Acetazolamide Boric acid is extremely toxic to dogs and when ingested, acetazolamide leads to symptoms including excessive drooling, acetazolamide vomiting, acetazolamide seizures and coma. Acetazolamide Your dog should be taken to his/her Vet right away if you suspect or know that this poisoning has occurring. Acetazolamide Note: Boric acid can also be found in denture cleaner and contact lens solution.  

Acetazolamide Keep mouthwash and other Boric acid items out of reach for best Puggle care.

  • Tylenol – Tylenol (acetaminophen) can be quite deadly to dogs. Acetazolamide This drug is particularly toxic to dogs because canines do not have the necessary liver enzymes to break it down. Acetazolamide Symptoms of Tylenol toxicity including: excessive drooling, acetazolamide lethargy and stomach pain. Acetazolamide Call your Vet right away.

Acetazolamide Keep Tylenol and all medication in a proper medicine cabinet well out of your dog’s reach. Acetazolamide

  • Watch batteries – It only takes 12 hours for an ingested watch battery to kill your dog. Acetazolamide Swallowing a watch battery can result in a fatal stomach ulceration. Acetazolamide Any alkaline battery produces this same effect and symptoms include: excessive drooling, acetazolamide loss of appetite, acetazolamide lethargy and vomiting. Acetazolamide See your vet for immediate Puggle care if you suspect your dog has swallowed a battery.

Acetazolamide Keep all batteries in a safe, acetazolamide secure location far from the reach of your Puggle.