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Michelle Keegan issues stark warning to fans after rushing pet dog to the vets

The actress shares two dogs with husband Mark Wright

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Sharnaz Shahid
Deputy Online Editor
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Michelle Keegan has warned her followers of the potential danger of dogs eating "toxin raisins", which can be found in some flapjacks.

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On Monday night, the actress revealed her beloved dog Phoebe had eaten a flapjack full of them, leading her to rush her pooch to the vets.

Taking to her Instagram Stories to share two posts, the 33-year-old revealed she was aware of the potential danger so rushed to get a vomit-inducing injection for her dachshund.

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"WARNING. Please don't feed your dog raisins, grapes or any foods containing these they're TOXIC to dogs," she wrote. "Luckily I knew this and when I saw an empty flapjack wrapper & my dog licking her lips I knew exactly what had happened.

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"I immediately rang my vet and they told me to bring her in RIGHT AWAY so they could give her an injection to make her vomit."

michelle keegan dog vet© Photo: Instagram

One of the pictures Michelle shared on Monday night

Three hours later, Michelle revealed that her pet Phoebe was feeling "a little nauseous and a little sorry for herself", but expressed her gratitude following the mad rush to the vets.

"The most expensive flapjack I have ever bought," she joked. The 33-year-old shares Phoebe and Chihuahua Pip with her husband Mark Wright. There's no denying that the couple share a close bond with their pets.

michelle keegan walks dogs© Photo: Instagram

The actress is a huge dog lover

In April 2019, Michelle uploaded a cute snap of herself cuddling her dog Phoebe, and she captioned it: "Whoever said that diamonds are a girl's best friend never owned a dog."

The former Coronation Street star recently revealed her delight when her brother welcomed a sweet miniature dachshund puppy called Nelly. Posting a photo of herself cuddling the sweet pooch, she gushed: "Welcome to the family pretty girl. P.S She’s my brother's puppy not mine #nelly #minidachshund."

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