Then contact your veterinarian or emergency clinic.
West Central Ohio Veterinary Emergency Center: 419-221-0269
There are many different dorms of emergencies. Here is a list of some of the more common emergencies:
Once you have spoken to the veterinarian, keep your pet warm and as quiet as possible. If your pet has been involved in a traumatic accident, try to keep them from moving, to reduce the risk of further injury. Then, transport them to the veterinarian as directed.
Signs of poisoning are different with each toxin. If an animal has eaten something toxic, usually he/she will start to vomit or have diarrhea. If the animal was in contact with a topical toxin it could have severely inflamed skin or swelling. Other signs from toxins include, but are not limited to: tremors, depression, difficulty breathing, excitability, and incoordination.
Below is a list of potential poisons/toxins in or around the house: