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My name is***** I'm so sorry she ingested meth. It sounds like she is having a significant reaction to it. I recommend that you take her to an emergency clinic where they can give her a sedative to reduce her heart rate. I can't speak for every vet, but every vet I know does not report that the dog got into drugs. They appreciate the honesty when an owner lets them know for sure what has happened to the dog. There is not anything over the counter you can give to reduce the effect. Just like with humans we worry about the stress of the increased heart rate on the heart itself. She will need to stay at the vet overnight for monitoring and additional sedation as needed. Do you have an emergency clinic near by?