Taking the dog to the veterinarian for evaluation is recommended anytime a dog eats a foreign object, including plastic, says Cesar Millan. Depending on the size and type of plastic eaten by a dog, problems can ensue. If... More »

If a dog eats a few apple seeds, they won't cause it any harm. Apple seeds contain a form of cyanide that is poisonous only if ingested in high doses. If a couple of seeds are swallowed, the body will naturally detoxify ... More »

The owner of a dog that eats a tampon should induce vomiting, according to Petplace.com. Call a veterinarian, who may recommend trying to induce vomiting at home with hydrogen peroxide or coming in to the clinic for the ... More »

If a dog ingests Vaseline or any brand of petroleum jelly, petMD recommends taking the petroleum jelly from the dog, calling the pet poison line and monitoring the dog for signs of illness. Inducing vomiting is not the c... More »

Making the decision to put a pet down is difficult and consulting with a veterinarian can help an owner make a decision, but generally a dog should be put down when it is in too much pain to live a quality life. There is... More »

According to PetMD, Benadryl dosages can vary and a veterinarian should be consulted for the proper amount. Although Benadryl is available over-the-counter, do not give a dog any before taking it to the vet. Benadryl is ... More »

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The active ingredient in Tylenol, acetaminophen, is toxic to dogs and should never be given to them unless under supervision by a trained veterinarian. While Tylenol is a relatively safe and popular pain reliever for hum... More »

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