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About how many vitamins did she eat? How long ago did it happen?
Ok I think that will be alright and not a toxic amount. Usually they just digest the vitamins and urinate out what their body does not need. That being said there could be some gastrointestinal upset.
You may see some lethargy, lack of appetite, vomiting, or diarrhea.
The 5 hour energy could be more of a problem. It could cause elevated blood pressure and rapid heat rate.
If you notice any excessive panting, restlessness, rapid or pounding heart rate when you put your hand on her chest, or hyper-excited behavior she needs to see the ER vet right away.
If it has been 120 minutes all she ingested is already in her system and it will not help to induce vomiting.
If you do not feel comfortable monitoring her you can take her into the ER clinic where they can watch her until this evening. Then if she has any issues they can treat her symptomatically. The can also give her medications to bind the caffiene in the 5 hour energy caffiene.
Food and water are fine.
I would watch her for 12 hours.
If it were my dog, and knowing the price at the emergency clinic, I would watch her.
If you have to go to work or leave her for more than a few minutes then drop her off at the ER clinic for observation.
That means it binds to the caffeine so that is prevents it from affecting her body.
You are welcome. Hopefully she will be fine.
If she gets an upset stomach you can give her one 10mg tablet of Pepcid or 75mg of Zantac. Those are human over the counter stomach acid reducers.
But you do not have to do anything if she is perfectly fine.