Pet Poison Control

poster showing 10 most common toxins for cats and dogs

There are many dangerous household, environmental and chemical substances, and several foods and drugs that are harmful to pets.

Toxic plants, such as lilies, are known to cause kidney failure in cats.

Food items such as chocolate, grapes, raisins, onions, macadamia nuts and avocados can cause illness in pets without owners being aware of their toxic effects.

Drugs such as acetaminophen (Tylenol) can kill cats, and Advil can cause kidney disease and failure in dogs. Antifreeze is well-known as a kidney toxin and must be kept away from pets. Trying to remember all of the toxins can be difficult.

24/7 Pet Poison Resources

The following organizations are helpful if you suspect your pet has ingested a toxin. Both are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A fee applies for consultation from either service.


ASPCA Pet Poison Control - Call 888-426-4435


Pet Poison Helpline - Call 855-764-7661

Schedule your pet's appointment today

Take the first step in a healthier life for your pet by contacting us. We specialize in care for cats and dogs, and would love to be a trusted partner in caring for your furry family members.