Suspected opium poisoning in two young dogs
by
Odendaal JS
J S Afr Vet Assoc 1986 Jun; 57(2):113-4


ABSTRACT

Two young dogs which played in a domestic garden in which the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) grew as wild flowers, developed euphoric as well as other nervous signs, reminiscent of opium poisoning. No medicinal treatment was given. The one dog recovered in one day while the other one took one to two weeks to recover.
Pain
Morphine
Tramadol
Oxycodone
Poppy-killers
Opiated frogs
Endomorphins
Novelty and pain
OTC cough syrups
'The poppy-seed defence'


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