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I would induce vomiting by giving 2 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide orally.
Make sure that your peroxide is new within the past year or two, or it may not work.
Then wait 15 minutes, and if the dog does not vomit, give another 2 tablespoons.
If the dog vomits up the glove, that is all you need to do. If there is no glove in the vomit, consider that the dog may not have eaten it, or just watch for signs of obstruction over the next week. Signs of obstruction would include vomiting, not wanting to eat, or straining to defecate.
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And your peroxide is new?
You can try giving a third dose, and then run the dog around a lot right after it. The glove is likely still in the stomach. If that doesn't work, I would feed a bland diet of boiled chicken breast mixed with white rice for the next 3-4 days, and mix 2-3 tablespoons of mineral oil (MUST be mineral oil, no other kind) with each meal, and monitor stools. See your vet if you see any signs of obstruction as listed above. Good luck!
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