The study of toxicoses, the identification and characterization of toxins, and the determination of their fate in the body are all part of veterinary toxicology. Because of the low frequency of instances seen in a practising context, veterinary toxicology can be difficult. When a toxicosis happens, it usually affects a significant number of animals and may result in legal action. Veterinary toxicology is a comprehensive field of study that deals with the detection and treatment of intoxications in pets, animals, and wildlife. Veterinary toxicology is a multifaceted mix that draws from and contributes to the veterinary medical profession, the scientific discipline of toxicology, and medical science in general. Pesticide usage and associated nontarget toxicity in aquatic creatures are always a problem in veterinary toxicology.
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