Animal

Poisons

An Australian specialist service for poisoned animals

FREE for pet owners

Animal
Poisons

Centre

An Australian specialist service for poisoned animals.

FREE for pet owners.

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Poisons

From medication and cleaning products, to plants and human food, animal poisons come in a range of shapes and sizes. Take a look at our full list of common poisons

For Owners

We provide a FREE service for pet owners. If you suspect your pet has been poisoned, please contact us immediately for specialist advice or take your pet to a veterinarian

For Vets

We provide rapid, evidence-based management advice for poisoned animals. Membership comes with many other benefits. Contact us today for more information

Our Process

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A poisons specialist receives your call and collects relevant details

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The poisoning is assessed and tailored treatment advice is provided

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Consultation and follow-up with your veterinarian is performed as required

Rat & Mouse Baits

Glyphosate

Fertilizer

The Animal Poisons Centre receives calls about all types of poisons. From medications and cleaning products, to plants and human food. Whilst many exposures result in little or no toxicity, there are some poisons that can be highly toxic in small amounts

Latest News

  • With Christmas rapidly approaching and us humans indulging in a little festive frivolity, it can be a dangerous time for pets, with tempting but potentially poisonous treats adorning every surface. Curious pets, particularly dogs, may explore and eat gifts left under the tree, food in the kitchen or...

  • The Australian Animal Poisons Centre will be the only pet poison helpline in Australia. The service will provide poisoning management advice to pet owners and veterinarians for actual or suspected poisonings, and will be a free service for all Australian pet owners. The team at......

  • The Peace Lily, or Spathiphyllum sp, is a common indoor flowering plant in the Araceae family. If is often grown indoors or in heavily shaded areas due to its ability to thrive in low light conditions. Given its has a similar common name to the Lily, many cat owners are concerned........

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