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My dog ate amoxicillin 500mg (human drug) just an hour ago,

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My dog ate amoxicillin 500mg (human drug) just an hour ago, may be 2,3,I doubt, 4 tablets in capsules. I called an emergency in half an hour, they told me to give him one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide to vomit and he did. It was a big vomit several times. He is not sleepy.
What else should i do? Its brussels griffon, 1 year old, 10-11 pounds. thanks
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Dog Veterinary
Expert:  CriticalCareVet replied 7 years ago.
Hi there,

Excellent - you have done everything right!

Following the vomiting, what to watch for is continued GI upset. If you are to see any signs at all, they may be GI signs such as continued vomiting, anorexia, or diarrhea.

You may want to feed a bland diet such as boiled chicken or rice for the next several days.

Aside from that, you should not see any bad signs.

I hope this information is helpful.
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