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The Top 12 Frequent Toxins For Pets Infographic

By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated 三月 24, 2016

If you were to google poisons for pets you could be forgiven for thinking that your pet needs to live in a protective bubble. While there are many potential poisons for pets, let’s take a look at those that we see more frequently in a busy suburban vet practice.

Please note, this list is not a comprehensive list of all potential toxins for pets, and is quite general by its nature.

If you have any questions or concerns, it is important to contact Gordon Vet immediately on 9498 3000.

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Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons)
Written by Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons)

VeterinarianHelen graduated from Sydney Uni in 1997 with First Class Honours and worked in a practice on the Northern Beaches for 16 years. Helen joined the Gordon Vet team early in 2014 and our clients have really enjoyed getting to know her. She loves being a vet and takes a keen interest in all of her patients. Her gentle, friendly nature helps pets to feel relaxed when they visit the vet.Helen lives locally and has 3 children. At least one of her children seems destined to be a vet! When not ferrying her children around, Helen cares for her menagerie of pets. These include Chloe the dog, Obi and Leia the cats, Little Cocky the galah and Rosie the very tame eclectus parrot who all happily coexist at her house.In her spare time, Helen likes to be active outdoors, running, kayaking, camping or playing any manner of sport with her children.

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