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My 25lb 14 week old puppy just ate 37 mg of Wellbutrin. I'd

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My 25lb 14 week old puppy just ate 37 mg of Wellbutrin. I'd is dangerous?.

Linda, it would be wise to make your companion vomit. I am going to post directions here and will report back with a list of complications to look out for while you work on inducing the vomiting. http://www.sunrisepetclinicaz.com/vomiting.html

With having consumed 37mg of wellbutrin, this is not a dose that is toxic but one that can cause ill effects. We typically expect to see acting lethargic, accompanied with high temperature, whining and sometimes even seizure activity. It is recommended to monitor for 24 hours for changes as a lot of the wellbutrin are extended release tablets.

If it's been over 30 minutes since consumption, it would be worthwhile to consider having activated charcoal administered by a veterinary clinic after the medication has been produced and vomiting has stopped.

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