Poisoning Plants in Cats and Dogs

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  • Ebru Dural
  • Sinan Ince

Keywords:

Cat, dog, poisoning plant, therapy

Abstract

Today, cats and dogs are common pets among domestic animals. These animals are exposed to many diseases or poisonings in their lives. In cases of poisoning, plants have an important role. In this respect, it should not be forgotten that plants at home or outside can cause poisoning in animals. In this review, some plants that can pose a potential danger to cats and dogs, their properties, and the treatment options that can be made with clinical signs in case of poisoning are mentioned.

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2024-03-25

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Dural, E., & Ince, S. (2024). Poisoning Plants in Cats and Dogs. International Journal of Veterinary and Animal Research (IJVAR), 7(1), 24–30. Retrieved from https://ijvar.org/index.php/ijvar/article/view/590

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