Theobromine poisoning or chocolate poisoning is an overdose reaction to the
xanthine alkaloid ... However, cats are less prone to eating chocolate since they
are unable to taste sweetness. ... (9.1 ...
For dogs, eating chocolate can be deadly. WebMD looks at this toxic canine food
and explains why dogs should never eat chocolate.
Jul 29, 2011 ... What to do if your dog eats chocolate, Pet Poison Helpline gives the signs of
chocolate poisoning in a dog, how to treat, or call 800-213-6680 ...
Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine (a bit like caffeine) that is
poisonous to dogs. The amount of theobromine differs in the different types of ...
May 15, 2014 ... If eaten by a dog, chocolate can cause vomiting, dehydration, abdominal pains,
severe agitation, muscle tremors, irregular heart rhythm, ...
Dec 19, 2012 ... Example 1: Cookie (bad dog!) has eaten 3 ounces of dark chocolate. Dark
chocolate contains 130 mg/oz of toxin, as shown in the chart above.
If you suspect your dog has eaten chocolate, call your vet right away. "Describe
the amount of chocolate, the type of chocolate and the timing," says Dr. Denise ...
Jan 1, 2013 ... So can your dog eat chocolate? The answer is still no, but a qualified no. If you're
baking and happen to drop a chocolate chip that your dog ...
Mar 4, 2014 ... Most dogs that eat chocolate recover well, but because chocolate can be toxic to
dogs, you do need to take steps to keep your pet from coming ...
Apr 27, 2012 ... And how much theobromine would it take to kill household pets? It turns out, you
might be more likely to die by chocolate than your dog.