Epping Road Veterinary Hospital

120 Epping Road
Exeter, NH 03833



Did Your Pet Just Eat Something Poisonous?

The ASPCA Pet Poison Control Center is available for expert opinion 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The sooner a pet poisoning case is diagnosed, the safer your pet is and the easier it is to treat!  Should you witness or suspect your pet has eaten something poisonous, please call our office.  As each toxin is treated individually, we can advise you if your pet should be seen right away for treatment.  If your pet's poison exposure occurs outside of our normal business hours, please contact the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435.

Follow this link to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control website

Most Common Dog Poisons

  1. Chocolate
  2. Mouse and Rat Poisons
  3. Anti-inflammatory medications
  4. Xylitol (sugar-free gum & more)
  5. Grapes & Raisins
  6. Antidepressant Medications
  7. Acetaminophen (e.g., Tylenol)
  8. Vitamin D Overdose
  9. Stimulant Medications
  10. Fertilizers

Most Common Cat Poisons

  1. Lilies (Lilium species)
  2. Spot-on flea/tick medication for dogs
  3. Household Cleaners
  4. Antidepressant Medications
  5. Essential Oils
  6. Anti-inflammatory Medications
  7. Mouse & Rat Poisons 
  8. Stimulant Medications 
  9. Onions & Garlic
  10. Vitamin D Overdose

Please find a more complete list of Pet Poisons here