It Killed My Dog or Not?

Is it safe for dogs? It killed my dog or not? These are the common questions to most dog owners. If a product, drug, or something harms your dog in any way, you will want to know.

Freshpet killed my dog

“I discovered Freshpet on a recent trip to the grocery store. I bought a bag in order to try it out and was delighted that the ingredients were straightforward and not filled with any of the nasty fillers or preservatives that are common in other dog foods. I fed my dog the food for about two days, and he seemed fine. Then, on the third day, he suffered from diarrhea. I figured that maybe his stomach was just adjusting to the new food, so I waited a few more days before changing his food back to his regular brand. By then, he had been on Freshpet for over a week, and his stomach was completely upset. He also became lethargic and began vomiting every time he ate or drank anything at all. I took him to the vet immediately when he began refusing to eat altogether. He started having bloody stool, which is always a bad sign. The vet gave him an IV but couldn’t stop his vomiting or bleeding. After about 24 hours of oxygen therapy, we lost him. I really don’t know if Freshpet killed my dog, but I felt extremely guilty for giving him this food. I did a lot of research online and found that many other people were having the same problem with their dogs.”

Vetmedin killed my dog

“I was given Vetmedin for my dog who has heart failure. I was told to administer this drug twice a day to him. I didn’t know it would be the last time I would see him alive. Once I gave him the first dose of this medicine, he screamed in pain and it took me a while to figure out what was wrong. He started vomiting and his tongue was bright red. I rushed him to the nearest vet hospital, but he died in my car before we got there. I am very sad because my dog died in pain and I was not able to help him. I have been trying to find out if Vetmedin killed my dog or not.”

Cephalexin killed my dog

“I have been dosing my dog with cephalexin for the past couple of weeks and I have noticed that she has been getting worse and worse every day. She was diagnosed with bronchitis and a severe skin condition by her vet, so I decided to give her cephalexin to see if it would help clear up her skin as well as her respiratory system. After about two days of giving her the medicine, she started vomiting and seemed to have difficulty breathing. Could this be an allergic reaction to the antibiotic? Or could it be something else? I’m really worried about my dog. She seems to be in so much pain. I’ve never seen her act like this before. I don’t know if cephalexin is killing my dog or not.”

Dinovite killed my dog

“I wasn’t sure if Dinovite killed my dog or not. She died last week after 6 years with us. We are devastated. Tears are rolling down my face as I write this, but I have to tell someone that Dinovite could have killed my baby girl. She was healthy, happy, and active and then we started using this product, we noticed that she was getting sick more often. She started losing weight even though we were feeding her twice a day like we always had, but now every time she ate, she threw it up. We took her to the vet several times and they said that she had an infection in her stomach and gave us antibiotic after antibiotic, but they didn’t work because the infection kept coming back. We started noticing that her stools were not solid anymore and they had a foul odor to them. The dog didn’t make it through a few days later. We did everything the vets told us to do.”

Cerenia killed my dog

“I wasn’t sure if Cerenia killed my dog or not. In the end, I decided to use this drug on him and he died two days later. This is a very strong anti-nausea medication used to treat vomiting and nausea in dogs. I was told that it is perfectly safe, but now I see that many people are reporting similar effects to me”

Ketoconazole killed my dog

“I’m not sure if you are aware, but ketoconazole killed my dog. I had read that it was safe for dogs. My vet prescribed Ketoconazole to help treat my dog’s yeast infection. Treatment with ketoconazole resulted in my dog experiencing kidney failure and dying within four days of treatment.”


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Hannah Elizabeth is an English animal behavior author, having written for several online publications. With a degree in Animal Behaviour and over a decade of practical animal husbandry experience, Hannah's articles cover everything from pet care to wildlife conservation. When she isn't creating content for blog posts, Hannah enjoys long walks with her Rottweiler cross Senna, reading fantasy novels and breeding aquarium shrimp.

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