The ASPCA's Poison Control Center takes calls from all over the country. The Poison Control Center helps pet owners with advice about toxins that may have been ingested by pets -- you can reach them 24 hours a day at 888-426-4435.
According to the Poison Control Center's statistics for calls by state, the top toxicity call from North Carolina was for ibuprofen (brand names include Advil and Motrin), and the top toxicity call from South Carolina was for sago palm. Generally, the leading substance that concerned callers in 2014 was human medications. Also on the list were insecticides, certain foods that can be harmful to pets such as chocolate and grapes, and household items including cleaning products and paints.
Download the ASPCA's "Top 10 Pet Toxins" poster below for a more comprehensive list. Always call your vet if you suspect your dog has ingested a toxic substance -- or call the Poison Control Center any time.