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How much does your dog weigh? and was this a single standard size reeces cup?
10 pounds yes standard reese cup
Ok -- the level of milk chocolate in this is not enough for toxicity -- so that should be good news .
However -- there may be a chance of vomiting, diarrhea, and even pancreatitis due to the filling.
HOw long ago did this happen?
what can i do??
Ok -- you can either let this go and understand that there may be some stomach upset -- and if it continues for over 24 hours --then a vet visit may be necessary. And feed a bland food in small amounts for the next 24 hours -- cooked white rice is a good choice.
Or you can either go to your vet as soon as possible for them to induce vomiting - and simply eliminate the problem. Or you can do this at home with hydrogen peroxide -- 3% -- give 1 teaspoon per 5 pounds with bread or bland food -- and usually vomiting will occur in 15 - 20 minutes
if not -- it can be repeated once if it fails to produce vomiting the first time.
thanks a lot name a few more bland food rice is not one of jojos favorite
Either way would work -- I do not recommend induceing vomiting at home if your dog has any health issues.
There are canned forms at the vet -- example is canned I/D from science diet.
Bread is a possiblity but you do need to watch the amount. , as is potatos (cooked) --
(sorry are )
i dont have anty peroxide .got out of hospital yesterday for cardio version can't go to pharmacy at present can vomiting be in duced any other way
no other way to induce vomiting
There are instuctions for using salt -- but I am not a supportor of using this in a small dog. But if you are able to check on jojo through the night, give some bland food now (small amount) , and do not be surprised by a little vomiting or darrhea for the next 12 hours (which may or may not occur) . If any of this goes on for over 24 - 48 hours (vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy) -- then it will be time to see a vet
There are not other good choices for inducing vomiting at home