PROPYLENE GLYCOL TOXICITY IN DOGS
 
Description    A dog had Propylene Glycol Toxicity, presumably due to ingestion. This can initially resemble Ethylene Glycol Toxicity and commercially-available in-clinic tests might not distinguish the two toxic agents.
 
Species   Canine
 
Signs   Abnormal proprioceptive positioning, Anorexia, Ataxia, Blindness, Disoriented, Dullness, Dysmetria, Generalized weakness, Inability to stand, Paraparesis, Tetraparesis, Vomiting or regurgitation
 
References   Lee JA. Emergency Management and Treatment of the Poisoned Small Animal Patient. Vet Clin N A Sm Anim Pract 2013;43:757 [Web Reference]
Claus MA. Propylene glycol intoxication in a dog. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2011;21:679 [Web Reference]
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