BICOM® mobile VET
Cause‐oriented testing and treatment
If a poisoning (intoxication) is suspected in the pet, e.g. in the form of strong salivation, vomiting, diarrhoea or even convulsions, a veterinarian must be contacted immediately. For first aid, the pet owner should separate the animal from the source of danger and rinse the mouth with water. A sample or the packaging should be brought to the vet. Possible sources of danger are often cleaning agents in the household or plants or even poison baits when walking the dog.
Long-haired shepherd dog Fanny also had problems with poisoning while walking, as was described to us in a patient report.