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Good evening, My name is***** and I am a licensed veterinarian. A few questions;
1. Has she eaten recently?
2. is she only throwing up or is she also acting strange?
3. what type of laundry pod did she ingest?
ok. It is good she vomited everything up, it is extremely common for detergents to cause vomiting. I would continue to provide access to water for a few hours and offer breakfast in the morning. If she continues to vomit in the next 6 hours, I would seek veterinary attention to get some veterinary specific anti nausea medications on board. The only concern long term is sores developing in her mouth a few hours to days after ingesting the concentrated product; if this occurs, I would also seek vet care for pain meds. However, this isn't an emergency. If at any point, she becomes lethargic or listless, take her in, but it is very unlikely.
More than likely to err on the side of caution
It would not be wrong to take her in now, they will likely give an anti-nausea medication, gsatroprotectant, and recommend monitoring for any behavior change
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