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Just to clarify, when was the Wellbutrin ingested? 24 hours ago or just recently?
What kind insect trap was it? Do you know he name of it so I can look up the ingredients?
The 150 mg is generally an extended release, so signs might be delayed for lethargy, agitation, tremors, hypersalivation, dysphoria. If there are still signs of nervous system stimulation, Cyproheptadine may help, but in general, supportive care as needed.
I agree that is it odd that the veterinarian ask you that and would make me a little skeptical. If you want to enlist the expertise of a toxicology specialist, there are a few options for you to pursue.
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My posted replies are for general education only and not meant as a diagnosis. Only after a thorough veterinary examination can a diagnosis for your pet be made and specific treatments be advised or medications be prescribed.