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Can you comment on how much was ingested?
What is the percentage / weight of the ingredient on the package?
at most 30% of the block .o1% bromenthalin
At this body weight, with this percent, and concentration (and amount) - toxicity is not expected.
It is too low.
If you want to be very proactive:
Since this just happened - if you would like to try some at home care - to make your dog vomit at home (LINK HERE)- you can use hydrogen peroxide. The general dose is one teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight.(one teaspoon equals 5 cc or 5 ml). You can give a second dose in 15 minutes if the first dose does not work.Following vomiting - you can see your vet for activated charcoal (LINK HERE).
But this is not calculated to be a toxic dose.
ok is there any danger with the peroxide and if i do nothing that should be ok also
there is little risk with peroxide, and as listed above - not calculated to be a toxic dose.
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