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If your animal is having seizures, losing consciousness, is unconscious or is having difficulty breathing, telephone ahead and bring your pet immediately to your local veterinarian or emergency veterinary clinic. If necessary, he or she may call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at 888.426.4435.
If you suspect that your pet may have become exposed to a harmful substance, but is not showing signs of illness, stay calm! Contact your local veterinarian or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center hotline at 888.426.4435. Not all exposure situations require an immediate trip to the clinic. The hotline is available 24 hours a day and the consultation fee is $65 payable by credit card. This fee ibncludes follow-up calls with you and your veterinarian as needed.
When you call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center hotline, have the following information ready: - the species, breed, age, sex, weight and number of animals involved - the animal's symptoms - information regarding the exposure, including the agent (if known), the amount of the agent involved and the time elapsed since the time of exposure.
Have the product container/packaging available for reference. Collect in a sealable plastic bag any material your pet may have vomited or chewed.
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