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I am sorry to hear this happened.
How much did she ingest?
How long ago did this happen?
At this point it is too late to do anything to prevent absorption of the drug. You typically want to decontaminate the GI tract within a couple hours after ingestion. Care right now would be supportive based on what signs come up (vomiting, decreased appetite, etc).
It generally has a very low toxicity, however any dog or human can have a reaction to any medication or chemical. Since she does not want to eat or drink and you think you are seeing mouth shuddering (which could be focal seizures), I would have her checked by your vet today and they can do a good exam and possibly check baseline bloodwork to make sure there is no ill effect from the medication. These can sometimes cause liver injury which can lead to issues with the GI tract and sometimes neurologic changes.
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