Pets do die. It is a sad fact of life. What isn’t fact is how your little friend might’ve passed on. Sure you can attribute it to old age or God forbid an accident. But what if the latter wasn’t the case? What if some raging psycho off’d your pooch because the barking kept him up at night? Sure, the obvious premeditated stuff is easy to tell like a BB gun or a hit & run. However there are plenty of other less obvious smoking guns...like poisons. And remember, you’re dealing with a dog here. Some of the most common household items may be harmless to you, but could easily be poochie poison. Stuff like…
ACETAMINOPHEN (found in Tylenol)
Symptoms: Diarrhea, shortness of breath, and dark colored urine.
Symptoms: Diarrhea and cardiac arrest.
Symptoms: Nervous system failure, vomiting, and rapid heart rate.
Symptoms: Stomach and/or intestinal rupture.
Symptoms: Internal bleeding, pale gums, bloody nose, urine, and feces.
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