Picture this: you come home after a long day at work to find your dog tearing into a bag of the imported dark chocolate squares that you've been saving for a sweet tooth emergency. You look around and see that your special friend has already eaten the other two bagfuls. Now you have a real emergency on your hands. Chocolate, especially dark chocolate, can be deadly to your canine pal. At the very least, chocolate can make him or her very ill. What do you do in this situation?
You have most likely caught your dog in the midst of his chocolate rampage so you can feel safe in administering the Stat!Syringe to induce vomiting. Inducing vomiting will get quite a bit of the poisonous chocolate out of your dog's stomach, but you will still want to get him or her to the veterinarian as soon as possible. If you have no 24 hour/Emergency vet clinics near you and must wait until the morning to take him, at least you can rest assured that a lot, if not most, of the toxins have been purged. You may also, if so inclined, call ASPCA poison control hotline at 888-426-4435 and ask them what they would suggest doing in your situation.
One of the scariest parts of being responsible for another living being is when something occurs that causes one to feel helpless. With the Stat!Syringe you will not be helpless in cases such as the above. There are numerous other foods that are toxic to dogs, and a list of such offending agents along with instructions on how to properly use the Stat!Syringe can be found at the link within paragraph two.
Feel free to contact us with questions/concerns about Stat!Syringe or any of the other wonderful products that we offer. We all love our pets, and want the very best for them. Keeping a well stocked first aid supply is a huge step in being able to give them the best care they deserve.
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