Chocolate toxicity or poisoning is a fairly common occurrence, especially in dogs during the holidays. Cats can also suffer from chocolate poisoning but they are less likely to eat chocolate than a dog will.

The type of chocolate consumed is also important if a pet will suffer from an overdose of chocolate and become toxic or poisoned. 

This video explains why dogs and cats are vulnerable to chocolate toxicity and gives some guidelines. 

To read the complete article click here -> http://petpav.com/why-is-chocolate-toxic-for-dogs/

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