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dog ingested onions

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 22 June 2007 12:17AM | viewed 7674 times
Q Duane asks:

Our beagle who weighs like ingested a gyro which contained a lots of onions... is she in trouble?

Q Our vet says: Onions are toxic to dogs so you should take her along to your local vet.

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