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Antifreeze is Poisonous to Dogs and Cats


If you’re like most people, you likely don’t think about the antifreeze in your car very often. And you likely only change it, or have it changed, every few years. But if you’ve got pets (or children, or care about the environment), the antifreeze you and your neighbors have in your cars and garages is actually very important.

Ethylene Glycol – What Every Pet Owner Should Know

Most antifreezes contain ethylene glycol, a chemical compound that causes significant, often fatal, problems for both cats and dogs.

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Topics: Dog Safety, Cat Safety, pet safety, toxicity in cats, Dog, Excessive drinking, Antifreeze, Toxicity in dogs, Poison control, Blog, Dog Tips, Cat Tips, Excessive drooling, Staggering, Skin irritation, Winter pet hazards, Ethylene Glycol, EG toxicity, Loss of balance

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Please do not ask emergency or other specific medical questions about your pets in the blog comments. As an online informational resource, Preventive Vet is unable to and does not provide specific medical advice or counseling. A thorough physical exam, patient history, and an established veterinary-patient-client relationship is required to provide specific medical advice. If you are worried that your pet is having an emergency or if you have specific medical questions related to your pet’s current or chronic medical conditions, please contact or visit your veterinarian, an animal-specific poison control hotline, or your local emergency veterinary care center.

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