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Ethylene glycol

Severity scale:

We have all heard of animals being poisoned with anti-freeze.Ethylene glycol can also be found in de-icer fluid, motor oils, and break fluid. Because it tastes sweet (especially Anti-freeze), it can be irresistable for our furry family members. Be sure to wipe up any spills in the drivewway or garage right away. Toxic dose: dogs 2-3mls/lb, cats- 0.64mls/lb Induce vomiting and seek immediate veterinary care

Toxic to: 
Dogs and Cats
Automotive antifreeze, windshield de-icing agents, motor oils, hydraulic break fluid, small amounts in printer ink, paint, spackle
Symptoms: 
Drunkenness, excessive thirst or urination, vomiting, panting, sedation, lethargy, and coma
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