General information on Metaldehyde Poisoning
Metaldehyde Poisoning usually comes from the dog ingesting rat baits or slug and snail baits.
Symptoms of Metaldehyde Poisoning
The Symptoms of Metaldehyde Poisoning are excitation, drooling and slobbering, uncoordinated gait, muscle tremors and weakness that leads to inability to stand in a few hours.
Treatments for Metaldehyde Poisoning
Immediately after the dog ingests the poison, induce vomiting.
[see HOW TO INDUCE VOMITING in Pet Tips.] Seek veterinarian care.
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