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Amanda Poldoski, DVM

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Senior Consulting Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology 

Amanda Poldoski, DVMDr. Amanda Poldoski has been a staff veterinarian with Pet Poison Helpline (PPH) and SafetyCall International since 2009. She received her BS and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota. Previously, she divided her time between working at PPH and a small animal clinic as a general practitioner, but moved full-time to PPH in November 2011. Dr. Poldoski resides in the Twin Cities area with her husband and 2 polydactyl (extra-toed!) cats.

Publications
Poldoski A, Lee JA. Decontamination of the poisoned patient. Canadian TECHNEWS 2011;34(3):26-27.

Poldoski A, Lee JA. The use of emetics in small animal poisoned patients. Canadian TECHNEWS 2011.

Poldoski A, Welch S. Common Toxic Foods in the Small Animal Patient – Part 1. Canadian TECHNEWS 2011.

Poldoski A, Welch S. Common Toxic Foods in the Small Animal Patient – Part II. Canadian TECHNEWS, pending publication.