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May 16, 2014 1:44 PM

Common items can poison a pet

Grapes and raisins are still killing dogs, and lilies are still killing cats. Chocolate, xylitol, prescription drugs and other items can be life-threatening, and life-saving treatment can rack up hundreds or thousands of dollars in veterinarian bills.

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