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Section - (10.12) Is there an animal poison control hotline?

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The National Animal Poison Control Center (NAPCC) can be reached one
of two ways: either call 1-900-680-0000 ($20 for the first 5 minutes,
$2.95 for each additional minute) or 1-800-548-2423 ($30 flat fee on
your credit card).  Give them as much information as you can: what
your ferret got into, what the ingredients are, how much he
ate or contacted, and how long ago it was.

They also have a Web site at <http://www.napcc.aspca.org/> which
 offers advice on preventing animal poisoning, what to do if your pet is
poisoned, and so on.

== End of Part 4 ==

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