ANIMAL POISONS CENTRE

POISONS INFORMATION LINE FOR VETERINARIANS

ANIMAL POISONS CENTRE

POISONS INFORMATION LINE FOR VETERINARIANS

ANIMAL POISONS CENTRE

POISONS INFORMATION LINE FOR VETERINARIANS

ANIMAL POISONS CENTRE

POISONS INFORMATION LINE FOR VETERINARIANS

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LATEST ALERTS 

Keep up to date with the latest Animal Poisons Centre alerts and trends here. If you are a registered veterinarian, you can keep your veterinary colleagues informed by reporting local alerts and trends to the Animal Poisons Centre.

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Paw & Poisons

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TOXICOLOGICAL TRENDS | Login Required

Every quarter, the Australian Animal Poisons Centre publishes a Toxicological Trends report for member clinics. These reports summarise the poisoning cases that our service has handled over the previous three months and aim to identify any emerging poisoning trends or patterns. The latest Toxicological Trends report is now available to view below.

2020 – Q2

2020 – Q1

WEBINARS | Login Required

We are pleased to announce that the Animal Poisons Centre has teamed up with ASPCA Animal Poisons Control Centre (US) and VetEducation for the 2020 toxicology symposium. All Animal Posons Centre member clinics now have complimentary access to these webinars.  

Complications of Poisonings

Dr Rachel Peacock

It’s In The Food – Food Toxicosis

Dr Eric Dunayer

TESTIMONIALS

Dr Mark Reeve – Tea Tree Gully Veterinary Hospital

 “We have been using the Australian Animal Poisons Centre for 6 months and I don’t know that we could practice without it now. They always answer and have someone there to walk you through the trickiest cases. Even when it’s your own dog with a sago palm toxicity at 2 in the morning! Their new mushroom identification service is very popular with clients and makes treating these cases much easier as well!”

 

Dr Adrian Simon – Sydney Veterinary Emergency and Specialists

 “We run a busy emergency & specialist practice. The Australian Animal Poisons Centre service has been an invaluable service to assist our veterinarians in the management of a variety of common and uncommon, and sometimes complex toxicity cases. The advice and availability has been superb.”

Dr Manty Arnott – North Hobart Veterinary Hospital

“We have just discovered Australian Animal Poisons Centre and are thrilled with the service. We recently had a dog with ivermectin toxicity and the information provided to us was excellent, thorough and very timely (we received information on the phone at the time, and then a follow up email). It has also been great for our clients to use the service. Highly recommend this business.”

Dr David Hall – Advanced Vet Care

“In our early dealings with the Australian Animal Poisons Centre our experienced and busy 24/7 emergency team has already received valuable case help which has expediently and seamlessly helped us get the best results possible for our patients. AAPC has been professional to collaborate with and importantly they provide us case-specific advice rather than just a data sheet of information. We look forward to them continuing to help us.”

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Submit Toxicological Case Report

Have you recently dealt with an unusual or interesting poisoning case? Please let us know! We would love to add the case details to petTOX which helps us keep track of poisoning trends. When relevant, we can then provide this data to regulatory bodies such as the APVMA or use it for educational purposes to improve outcomes in poisoned animals. Simply download the Template, complete the relevant fields and upload below.