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My dover man ate 21 Proin 50mg accidently left counter.She

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My dover man ate 21 Proin 50mg accidently left counter.She is 12 years old .I do not have money for emergency Vet.Is there anything I can do .She weight is aprox. 75 lbs.It has been 3 hours since she ate them .Her hair is standing straight up on her body.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dog Veterinary
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
It has been 3 hrs or more since she ate them.Is there anything I can do to treat her??!
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
The amount was actually 21. 75 mg that she ate.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
She is drinking water and moving around now .IF she eats something/ dog food would that help??
Expert:  Dr. Michael Salkin replied 1 year ago.

I'm sorry that your question wasn't answered in a timely manner. While it was too late to induce emesis or treat with anything at home, you still deserve the courtesy of a response. 1050 mg of phenylpropanolamine in a 75 lb dog = 14 mg/lb. At that level, the great majority of dogs are hypertensive (39%), vomiting (38%), bradycardic (slow heart rate) (31%), mydriatic (wide open pupils) (28%), showing piloerection (hair standing on end) (28%), agitated (15%), erythematous (skin reddening) (13%), and lethargic (11%). Dogs ingesting 22-31 mg/lb developed severe cardiovascular (hypertension to rebound hypotension, bradycardias to tachycardias (rapid heart rates), and cardiovascular collapse) or central nervous system effects (stimulation to coma). May I have an update on Zena, please?

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