Kansas State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is offering a FREE 24 hours poison control hotline
for pet owners and veterinarians - the number is (785) 532-5679.
Be patient. The person answering the phone may have to take a few minutes to consult the vet on duty. Call
as soon as possible. Immediate attention might save your animal.
Waiting to see if there is a reaction could cost your animal their life. Have any product labels available
for answers. The vet might need to know milligrams and generic names. Know your pet. Drooling could only
mean he is thrilled to see you! Know that the toxicologists are also taking calls from vets about other
animals and other problems, including those problems with large animals.