During 1984 the Hennepin Poison Center documented 28, 141 poison exposures. Of these, 1,092 or 3.88% were veterinary exposures. In this study we review those animal cases and present data on the relative number of species involved, the nature of the contaminants, frequency of calls during different times of the day and different times of year. We also report on the number of symptomatic animals, routes of exposure and referral patterns. We will also give brief reports on veterinary cases of particular interest.