Thank you for your patience. Luckily you saw your girl pick this up and ingest some of it, so we know in good time that she has some of the dicphacinone rat bait in her system. This is an anticoagulant rat bait and causes the same issue in dogs who ingest it. It generally takes 48 - 72 hours to develop symptoms of this ingestion if you don't do anything now. Because she has ingested it within the past 10 - 15 minutes or so, she should hopefully vomit this up pretty easily. Therefore, the best way to proceed here is to induce vomiting. You can either try this from home, or if you aren't comfortable with this, get her straight down to your local vet now who can get her to vomit using 'apomorphine'. There are several ways to induce vomiting, however 3% hydrogen peroxide is the most effective. As it has been less than half an hour - she will likely vomit this up pretty easily. You can read about how to induce vomiting in dogs online here:
If you attempt to get her to vomit as per the instructions in the link above and nothing happens, or she vomits, but there is no sign of the rat bait, then you are best of getting her down to your local vet or ER vet still where they can try her with apomorphine to induce vomiting, and give activated charcoal if deemed necessary, to absorb any remaining bait in her system. With this treatment it is unlikely your girl will need any further action here, however the vet may want to check clotting profiles, and if worried, potentially even give vitamin K as a precaution to help prevent any clotting issues. I hope all of the above makes sense? If you have more questions or if I can help in any other way, please do not hesitate to ask! If you would like to accept my answer, please press RATE OUR CONVERSATION (I am not compensated in any other way). Bonuses are always welcome. Thanks! I hope to work with you again soon!
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