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725, 3600 American Blvd W, West Bloomington, Bloomington, Hennepin, MN 55431
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Dr. Brutlag and DVM360 answer your questions about propylene glycol and the recent Beneful lawsuit.
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Are you getting outside finally and doing some work in the garden? Remember that even organic products can be an issue for pets. Many organic fertilizers contain blood meal and bone meal.
Is bone meal or blood meal poisonous to dogs? Bone meal and blood meal are toxic to dogs and cats. If your bet has been exposed bone or blood meal, call 800-213-6680.
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Happy Easter Sunday to those that celebrate this holiday! Remember to keep all candy, foods and decorations away from your pets!
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Easter Dangers – Part 2 of 4: Lilies

We can not stress enough how important it is to not have lilies in a home with cats. Even drinking the water from a vase containing Easter lilies, a small lick of pollen or ingestion of a leaf can be enough to cause renal impairment in a cat. In most situations, symptoms of poisoning will develop within six to 12 hours of exposure.
There are benign and dangerous lilies out there, and it’s important to know the difference. Benign lilies include the Peace, Peruvian, and Calla lilies; these contain insoluble oxalate crystals that cause minor signs such as tissue irritation to the mouth, tongue, pharynx, and esophagus. Clinical signs of drooling, pawing at the mouth, foaming, and vomiting ...continue reading
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As Easter (and spring!) approaches, please remember that cats and lilies do not mix!
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Did you know that the Pet Poison Helpline provides treatment advice for all varieties of pets. Not only do we manage toxicities for dogs and cats, we also assist in the treatment of avian, small mammals, large animal and exotic species.
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Most pesticides or insecticides (typically those that come in a spray can) are basic irritants to dogs and cats, and result in clinical signs of drooling, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Most pesticides or insecticides (typically those that come in a spray can) are basic irritants to dogs and cats, and result in clinical signs of drooling, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. In general, these are usually not a large poisoning concern unless the dog or cat directly ingested the product from the container or bag or ...continue reading
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Did you receive a bouquet for Easter containing cyclamen or amaryllis? Please make sure to keep these beautiful, but potentially dangerous, flowers away from your pets!
Amaryllis, Narcissus, Lilicea and Belladonna Amaryllis are poisonous to cats and dogs. Pet Poison Helpline discusses Amaryllis poisoning in cats and dogs
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Easter Dangers – Part 4 of 4: Decorative Plastic Grass

These shiny, string-like decorations are very intriguing to curious cats and, if ingested, may cause significant irritation, and possible severe damage, to their intestinal tracts.
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Easter Dangers – Part 3 of 4: Food

So many Easter meals include ham, homemade bread and eggs among other foods, all of which can be dangerous to your pets. Keep these foods out of reach!
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Easter Dangers – Part 1 of 4: Plain chocolate, filled chocolates, coated chocolates… and more chocolate.

Remember if you are hiding Easter Baskets; please make sure to keep them (and bags of chocolate) way out of your pet’s reach. Don’t forget, Fluffy may be able to hunt down that Easter Basket way before the kids find it!
Is chocolate bad for dogs? YES! Chocolate is poisonous to dogs and cats. If your dog ate white, milk or dark chocolate, call Pet Poison Helpline 800-213-6680.
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Did you know that the Pet Poison Helpline’s parent company, SafetyCall International, PLLC, is the world’s largest industry poison control center. SafetyCall provides poison control/adverse event management services for a wide variety of companies including those in both human and animal health, dietary supplements, consumer and industrial products.
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Pet Poison Helpline, an animal poison control center based out of Minneapolis, is available 24 hours, seven days a week for pet owners and veterinary professionals that require assistance treating a potentially poisoned pet. The staff provides treatment advice for poisoning cases of all species, including dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, large animals and exotic species. As the most cost-effective option for animal poison control care, Pet Poison Helpline’s fee of $49 per incident includes follow-up consultation for the duration of the poison case. Pet Poison Helpline is available in North America by calling 800-213-6680. Additional information can be found online at www.petpoisonhelpline.com

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Sunday12:00 am–12:00 am
Monday12:00 am–12:00 am
Tuesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Wednesday12:00 am–12:00 am
Thursday12:00 am–12:00 am
Friday12:00 am–12:00 am
Saturday12:00 am–12:00 am
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(866) 823-1588, (800) 213-6680
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725, 3600 American Blvd W, West Bloomington, Bloomington, Hennepin, MN 55431
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