Hello Dr. B.
My big little wee one is a 60 lb Labrador, Queen of Sheba.
The chemical tablets were dropped in the toilet about 4 weeks ago but water is still deep blue. The name of the product is 2000 Flushes
Active Ingredients: 1,3-Dichloro-5,5-Dimethylhydantoin (81.1%), 1,3-Dichloro-5-Ethyl-5-Methylhydantoin (16.1%), Inert Ingredients: (2.8%), Total: (100.0%), Minimum Available Chlorine: (68.0%)
Sheba ate dinner has usual (2 hours ago): 2 cups of dry kibbles, plus 1/2 banana. I gave her milk and bread also about 30 minutes ago after reading on internet.
Her tongue appears somewhat red, but gums are pink and healthy appearing. I can not see the roof or lining of her mouth as she is very active (or wild may be a more descriptive term), her typical behavior.
She does not seem to be in pain when her belly is pressed.
There are no signs of drooling. She continues to attempt to steal and chew on various objects (shoes, clothing) in the house and seems her usual self except for a little restlessness.
I do appreciate your time and information. I am overseas in Seoul, Korea and all nearby veterinary clinics were closed at the time of incident (Saturday afternoon). I do not know where to take Sheba if an emergency after hours, but believe the nearest 24 hour facility is almost an hour away and hope for availability of a pet taxi service as regular taxis will not take animals unless in a kennel. (Sheba's kennel can not fit in a taxi) I hope not to have to experience this, but will get smarter with this information in case of future mishaps.