Today's Daily Dose: Baclofen toxicosis

Apr 12, 2011
By staff
Untitled Document

“Most cases of baclofen toxicosis reported to the ASPCA APCC have involved dogs ingesting their owners’ medication. The most common clinical signs of toxicosis are vomiting, ataxia, and vocalization or disorientation, but the most life-threatening signs are dypsnea, respiratory arrest, and seizures.”

—Tina Wismer, DVM, DABVT, DABT

From Baclofen overdose in dogs