When dogs consume something with xylitol in it, the xylitol causes a “potent release of insulin from the pancreas,” according to the FDA. This will drop your dog’s blood sugar level to dangerous levels, resulting in symptoms such as vomiting, general weakness, staggering, loss of coordination, collapse and seizures.
When dogs consume something with xylitol in it, the xylitol causes a “potent release of insulin from the pancreas,” according to the FDA. This will drop your dog’s blood sugar level to dangerous levels, resulting in symptoms such as vomiting, general weakness, staggering, loss of coordination, collapse and seizures. Dave Williams/The Wichita Eagle File photo
When dogs consume something with xylitol in it, the xylitol causes a “potent release of insulin from the pancreas,” according to the FDA. This will drop your dog’s blood sugar level to dangerous levels, resulting in symptoms such as vomiting, general weakness, staggering, loss of coordination, collapse and seizures. Dave Williams/The Wichita Eagle File photo