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Journal July 2013 (Vol 35, No 7)

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Hidden Dangers in the Kitchen: Common Foods Toxic to Dogs and Cats by Kim Gugler , DVM, Christopher M. Piscitelli , MS, DVM, DACVECC, Jeffery Dennis , DVM, DACVIM

1. The percentage of ethanol in 80-proof alcohol is
2. Methemoglobinemia, Heinz bodies, and eccentrocytes are laboratory abnormalities associated with ________ toxicosis.
3. Laboratory abnormalities associated with raisin toxicosis do not include
4. Which form of chocolate contains the highest dose of theobromine per ounce?
5. What is the toxic dose of onions in dogs?
6. How many grams of xylitol are in 1 cup?
7. Which of the following combinations of signs is suggestive of macadamia nut toxicity?
8. In cats, tachyarrhythmias caused by methylxanthine toxicity should be treated using
9. __________ is the earliest and most consistent clinical sign associated with grape toxicosis.
10. Administration of cold water via gastric lavage may be beneficial for the treatment of __________ toxicosis.
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