Zinc Poisoning is the state in which an animal ingests high levels of zinc-containing material. Although Zinc is a very important mineral in maintaining a healthy body, its excessive intake is harmful and sometime can be fatal.
Zinc Toxicity, as the condition is more commonly referred to, is more common in small breed dogs but it can occur in dogs of any size and breed.
Symptoms of Zinc Toxicity are
Lack of appetite
Excessive hemoglobin levels in blood
Excessive hemoglobin levels in urine
Orange colored feces