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Hyperactivity can be a sign of chocolate toxicity. If your pet is still showing signs of hyperactivity or any behavior changes, he needs to be seen by his veterinarian immediately. Chocolate toxicity can be life threatening if not treated.
Anytime your dog eats something that may be toxic, including chocolate, it is something that needs to be addressed immediately. With most cases the sooner that they are seen after the ingestion, the better. If we can stop the toxins from being absorbed it can minimize the problems that may occur.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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