Hello and welcome to JustAnswer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a biologist with a special interest in canine health. I hope your dog is not having a problem. Symptoms of mercury poisoning vary, depending on how much was ingested and whether the exposure was over time, or all at once. however, all cases are serious. In mild cases, you may see bleeding gums, excessive salivation, sores in the mouth, and dizziness.In more severe cases, there will be neurological symptoms, such as in-coordination or seizures. Kidney failure, digestive system problems, and heart problems also occur. Mercury poisoning can be fatal. You can read more about mercury poisoning here:
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what are the testing methods to determine mercury in dogs?
I'm just following up on our conversation about your dog. Did you get a certain diagnosis? I hope he/she is fine.