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Severity scale:

"Find a penny pick it up, save a kitten or a pup". Also look for this mineral in jewelry, zippers, nuts and bolts. If the pet has swallowed a penny, mild GI concerns can be seen. If a pet eats large amounts of this mineral, please seek veterinary care right away.

Toxic to: 
Dogs and Cats
Pennies, nuts, bolts, staples, nails, board game pieces, zippers and jewelry
Lack of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, depression, dark colored urine, yellowing of the skin and eyes, orange colored feces.
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