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Hi, i`m Richard, a Veterinarian from the UK. Hopefully I can help today.
How long ago did he eat the medication?
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Has he vomited yet?
How much peroxide have you given so far?
Can you give me an idea of his weight?
How long ago did you give the peroxide?
If it was more than 10 minutes ago, you can give another dose of 3 teaspoons.
Encourage him to walk around after you have given it, to encourage mixing of his stomach contents.
How much aderall has he had access to?
Ok, if the peroxide has not been effective, it would be worth taking him to your vet who will be able to administer apomorphine which is much more effective at inducing vomiting.
After the vomiting ahs subsided, he would also benefit from administering activated charcoal. This will help minimize the uptake of the drug from his digestive system. It should be given at 1-4g per pound 3x daily until his poop turns black.
I would recommend having a vet induce vomiting.
If he has absorbed any of the drug, you should be looking for signs of restlessness, hyperactivity, twitching, seizures, panting, lethargy, muscle tremors and dilated pupils. If you see any of these signs I would recommend having him checked out as an emergency.
Do you have access to activated charcoal?
Then I would recommend keeping a close eye on him and administering ~40g of charcoal every 8 hours to try and minimze absorption of the drug from his digestive system.
In that case you will just need to keep a close eye on things. You have done all you can without seeing a vet.