Goodyear dog owner believes pet was poisoned

Rene Silva rescued four-year-old Mollie two years ago, a disabled Yorkie that used a doggy wheelchair to get around.”We were going to school to be a therapy dog, so we could go to hospitals,” Silva said.Last month, when Mollie didn’t return to the house from her yard in the Sarival neighborhood, Silva went out to find her.”She was in her cart, face down in the dirt,” Silva recalled. “I grabbed her, and my son took her cart off, and we ran up to the vet.”Just last week the pathology report came back. The cause of death was rodenticide toxicosis. In other words, rat poisoning. Silva said she’s sure it was no accident. She said she doesn’t even have rat poison in her house.”She wasn’t sick she was a little anxious that day, but that’s her she likes to play,” Silva said.Goodyear police and the Arizona Humane Society are looking into the case. “I just want to warn all my neighbors, keep your dogs inside and check your lot yard a lot,” Silva said.If you feel your pet has been poisoned, you should call Animal Poison Control immediately at (888) 426-4435.The symptoms of poisoning in a pet can vary based on what they have been poisoned by, but can include:
Vomiting 
Diarrhea 
Weakness/disorientation
Tremors
Seizures
Blood in the stool
Lethargy
Loss of appetite
Bruising
Nosebleeds
Irregular heartbeat