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A. You need to identify the mushroom to establish wether it is toxic or not and then contact your vet or emergency vet especially if you notice any vomiting or muscle twitching.

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Common Symptoms of Mushroom Poisoning in Dogs

Some mushrooms cause vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, and moderate gastrointestinal discomfort that might develop even after eating a few mushrooms, but generally they are not deadly. Mushrooms that contain cyclopeptides are extremely toxic.

“If a dog eats wild mushrooms on a walk or even in the backyard, this should be treated as an emergency, and vet help should be sought straight away. Mushrooms can cause kidney and liver failure, neurological signs, and even death, depending on the type and amount of mushroom ingested.
Dogs can eat mushrooms bought from a supermarket or other shop, preferably organic, unseasoned and raw. But you should always avoid any wild mushrooms. As there`s such a vast variety of mushrooms and they`re so difficult to tell apart, you should treat any wild mushroom with caution as some are incredibly poisonous.
Clinical signs of mushroom poisoning in dogs may affect pets quickly (within 15-30 minutes after ingestion), but they can also be delayed up to 24 hours. It may take 2-3 days to see evidence of liver and kidney failure.
Affected individuals should avoid consuming undercooked shiitake mushrooms in the future. The rash typically occurs 2‐5 days after consuming shiitake mushrooms and spontaneously resolves after 10‐14 days with conservative management; however, antihistamines and topical or oral corticosteroids are often also used.
Only a few percent of fungi are truly poisonous (2%) and a similarly low percentage are considered as choice edible species (4–5%). It is the species containing toxins and resulting in death that are of the highest degree of public concern.
Many fungi, commonly known as toadstools or mushrooms, can be toxic to both cats and dogs that ingest them.
Yes, you can feed oysters to your dog. Like many types of seafood, oysters are an excellent source of protein and can offer many health benefits to your pet. Only serve cooked oysters to your dog (this includes canned oysters).
If your pet sees your veterinarian soon after ingestion, your pet`s veterinarian may induce vomiting to remove mushrooms from the stomach. A GI medication such as activated charcoal that will bind with the toxin and prevent its absorption.
No mushrooms, please. Your dog most likely wants to eat every different kind of food in sight but mushrooms are a different story. Most dogs don`t like the scent of mushrooms. They have the potent musty stink that usually deters dogs from consuming them as they would other food.
Affected dogs show signs 30 minutes to 4 hours after ingesting the poison. Initially affected dogs become anxious and have an elevated body temperature. Panting is usually seen. Progressively they become worse and staggery.
Hives: Also known as urticaria, these itchy red bumps can pop up between 6 and 24 hours after your dog encounters allergens in food. If your dog has short hair, you`ll be able to see hives easily. Your dog might scratch, bite, and lick itchy areas, breaking the skin and leaving himself open to infection and hair loss.
Mushroom poisonings may range from benign symptoms of generalized gastrointestinal upset to potentially devastating manifestations which include liver failure, kidney failure, and neurologic sequelae. There are up to 14 described syndromes, which manifest depending on the species, toxins, and amount ingested.
The world`s most poisonous mushroom, Amanita phalloides, is growing in BC. ABSTRACT: Amatoxins in Amanita phalloides, commonly known as the death cap mushroom, are responsible for 90% of the world`s mushroom-related fatalities.
phalloides is one of the most poisonous of all known mushrooms. It is estimated that as little as half a mushroom contains enough toxin to kill an adult human.
The most common signs of tremorgenic mycotoxin exposures reported to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) include hyperthermia, salivation, vomiting, ataxia, tachycardia, fasciculation, tremors, and seizures. These signs may begin within 1 to 2 hours of exposure or be delayed for several hours.
Clinical signs of poisoning in a dog may include: Gastrointestinal signs: vomiting, diarrhea, extreme salivation, loss of appetite, and nausea or dry heaving. Internal bleeding: indicated by pale gums, a racing heart, coughing up or vomiting blood, weakness or lethargy, or a dog`s falling over or collapsing.
Ripe tomatoes are considered nontoxic to dogs and can be fed in moderation as an occasional snack. While it`s considered safe for dogs to eat red, ripe tomatoes, the plants themselves are part of the nightshade family of vegetables (which also include potatoes, bell peppers, and blueberries).
Don`t worry—cheese is not toxic and is completely fine for most pups. However, some dogs can be lactose intolerant, meaning their body does not react well to dairy products. But even if your dog isn`t lactose intolerant, it`s still a good idea to keep their cheese consumption to a minimum.
Eggs are not only a perfectly safe food source for dogs – they offer much in the way of nutritional benefits. Aside from being rich in protein, eggs are also a great source of linoleic acid, Vitamin B2 and B12 and water-soluble Vitamin A – all of which are wonderful for your dog`s skin and coat.
Are Lemons Safe for Dogs? While the fleshy part of lemons is not toxic to dogs, this fruit still isn`t something to feed to your dog. If eaten, lemons could make your dog sick. Furthermore, citrus` sourness is off-putting to most dogs.
Yes, dogs can eat broccoli. Dogs can eat the vegetable both cooked and raw, as long as there are no seasonings or oils added. However, this vegetable should always be given in very small quantities, especially because the florets contain isothiocyanates, which can cause gastric irritation in dogs.
25% of poisoned pets recover within two hours. Of the pets that take longer to recover, many can be treated at home with the advice of your veterinarian or with advice from the ASPCA Poison Control Center (telephone 1-888-426-4435). Even with treatment, one in 100 poisoned pets dies.

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Q. How do I get my dog to stop chewing on things? I kennel her when I leave for a few hours, but I can’t go to the mailbox without her eating something.
ANSWER : A. If she’s young, then this is just normal puppy behavior. Don’t worry about it. The thing about puppies is, they explore using their mouths. If your puppy grabs a coat hanger, or a slipper, you should roll up a newspaper, and smack yourself on the head with it for leaving those things out.. your puppy is going to explore things, that’s normal! It is 100% up to YOU to keep those things away from your puppy when your puppy is unsupervised… even for just a moment.

Remember to never scold your puppy for grabbing these things. They are just curious little cuties, and they don’t chew things up to bother us.. Dogs do not have intentional thought, so they aren’t ever doing anything ON PURPOSE to us.. The most important thing you can do when your puppy is chewing something you don’t want her to be chewing is TRADE her the inappropriate item with a toy of hers, so she understands “no honey, that isn’t what puppies chew on… THIS is what puppies chew on!” and then begin playing with her using her toy to show her that TOYS ARE FUN.. Way more fun than a boring ol’ coat hanger.

Another helpful thing you can do is have two bags of toys. In each bag is many different kinds of toys. Lots of chew toys, lots of soft squeaky toys, lots of rope-type toys, a bunch of balls.. All kinds of things! For one week you have bag#1’s toys out for your puppy to play with.. At the end of the one week, you collect those toys, and you bring out bag#2! The toys will be more interesting/feel like new to your puppy, which will in-turn, make her chew less inappropriate things. Her toys are too fun to care about that dumb Wii-mote that you left laying around.

Hope this helps!

Q. My puppy is urinating a lot. And the lady I gave one of the puppies to said she thinks her puppy has diabetes could my puppy have it to
ANSWER : A. It is not likely that either one of these puppies has diabetes. It is very uncommon for a puppy that young to have diabetes. If your puppy is straining to urinate or is urinating very small amounts frequently and cannot seem to wait for very long between urination, he may have a urinary tract infection. It is quite possible that your puppy is completely normal. I would suggest an exam with your veterinarian and discuss the behavior with them. They may suggest a urinalysis. Your puppy should be going to the vet at 3 week intervals for vaccinations at this age, so you can discuss it when he has his next set of vaccines. The other person with the other puppy should also be taking hers to a vet for proper immunizations and she should also discuss her concerns with her vet.

Q. My dog is house trained but has started pooping in the house, why is she doing that?
ANSWER : A. It could be the type of food you are feeding. If you are feeding a lower quality kibble, it will be packed with fillers. These fillers will cause your dog to poop more than is necessary, and it can cause your dog to poop indoors because of the excess poop. Finding a higher quality kibble like Taste of the Wild, Orijen, or a high quality food like Ziwipeak, or Honest Kitchen, will help with that issue.

Remember to NEVER scold for accident indoors. The more you scold, the more fearful your dog is of pooping in front of you, the less your dog will want to poop in front of you outdoors, the more he will poop indoors, the more you scold… it’s a vicious cycle.

Have you been cleaning messes with Nature Miracle? Pick up a bottle, and try cleaning with that instead of regular cleaner. It will eliminate the smells deep down (even to your dog), which will discourage him from potting in that spot again.

Maybe he needs to be taken outside more often, and maybe he needs to be kept outside longer each time. He should be allowed at least 10 minutes of roaming outside before he has to come back inside. Allow him 10 minutes every single time you bring him outside, just in case he has to poop. He needs every opportunity you can give him. Bring him outside every hour if he’s full grown, every 40 minutes if he’s an adolescent (6-10 months), and every 30 minutes if he’s a puppy (2-6 months). If you have a doggy door, you should still be bringing your dog outside yourself to encourage him to stay outside longer, and poop. When he does poop outside, you should praise him, and reward him with lots of treats!

Q. What solid food should I start 4 week old Pit Bull puppies on?
ANSWER : A. A puppy food designed for large breed puppies can help with rapidly growing bones and joints and can be given in a wet form easily to puppies learning to eat solids. You can also provide a dry kibble for them to try and should moisten it with water or some formula to make it easier for the puppies to eat and digest. As the puppies grow and their teeth come in, they will begin to eat and explore more of the solid food on their own.

Mom should also be on a Puppy formula while nursing her puppies as it will provide extra nutrients to both her and babies while they are in a very rapid stage of growth!

Q. Think 9 eek old Pitt puppy ate mushrooms outside
ANSWER : A. You need to identify the mushroom to establish wether it is toxic or not and then contact your vet or emergency vet especially if you notice any vomiting or muscle twitching.

Q. My nine weeks old puppy keeps peeing inside the house but not outside, is this normal?
ANSWER : A. Remember that your pup is just a tiny little baby. He does not know the rules of the world, and needs to be taught through calm, patient, positive guidance.

You should be bringing him outside so often that he doesn’t have the chance to potty indoors. It is up to you to keep the puppy successful. Bring the pup outside at least every 30 minutes, plus immediately after eating, drinking, training, playing, napping and sleeping. Make sure each time you bring him outside, you stay outside for at least ten minutes to give him a chance to really potty. Immediately AFTER he finishes pottying outdoors, reward him with praise and treats.

If he urinates indoors, do not scold him or you run the risk of making him afraid to pee in front of you, which will make potty training so much more challenging, so DO NOT SCOLD.

Q. How long should I feed puppy food to my puppy?
ANSWER : A. A puppy should be given puppy food from around the time that the mother begins weaning her pups until the puppy reaches about the age of one year. This is generally true for all dogs, unless your veterinarian has concerns about your puppy’s growth. Under those circumstances, your veterinarian will make alternate recommendations for your puppy’s diet. Otherwise, around one year, you may begin giving your puppy an adult formula dog food at meal times.

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Q. My puppy ate 2 peanut butter with chocolate chip granola bars.
ANSWER : A. It is important to know your pup’s weight, age, and breed. It takes a decent amount of milk chocolate to cause any issues in a dog. However, if it was dark chocolate, and your dog is very small (2lb small breed) then you should consider going to the vet. If your dog is a little larger, I wouldn’t worry about it too much. Keep a very close eye on your puppy for the next couple of days, and check each bowel movement.

I am hoping you didn’t scold your dog for eating the granola bars. I say this because you may have, when truly, it was your own fault. Allowing your puppy to get into trouble like that is irresponsible. A puppy should be crate trained, and crated when unsupervised. Not only that, but if your puppy had already eaten the granola bars, scolding is pointless. Scolding after the fact is always pointless. If you’re going to scold, or redirect your puppy, you should do is DURING the act, and not after. The puppy will only learn that you are scary, and unpredictable if you scold after he has done something bad and forgotten about it.