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Today's Daily Dose: Toxicology

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“In the United States, Kalanchoe species represent little risk to livestock because the plants are not commonly found in pastures. However, household pets, including dogs, cats, and birds, are susceptible because the plants are used in landscaping and kept as houseplants.”

—Geof Smith, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

From Toxicology Brief: Kalanchoe species poisoning in pets

 

 

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