_Andy wrote:Doing a little research in my books and online there seems to be a blood test for rat poison. It can take a few days for dogs to have symptoms - look for bright green dog poop and later bleeding eyes, rectum, gums, or coughing/trouble breathing.
This was acute, and was still in her stomach. So I am guessing this isn't rat poison, but obviously don't know for sure.
Snail/slug bait (Metaldehyde) seems to be more serious problem.
I hope she gets over this soon Bill.
That was the first thing they thought it was, but we used something called Sluggo which is non-toxic to pets. Again, there could have been crap left over, but the previous owners had two dogs, so I still haven't a clue. I will go looking (again) under the deck as soon as there is enough light this morning.
I had about 15 minutes of sleep last night and had a nightmare about my daughter dying in a juvenile detention facility.
I think I will probably need a team of 8 shrinks to straighten me out after this ends.
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