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So, the good news is this is relatively well tolerated. If only a small amount was eaten, then we can get him through this without a problem. With a small amount eaten, the absolute best first step if this just occurred within th east hour is to induce vomiting (I can give you hints to do this at home or you can take him in to be seen on emergency and have the emergency vet do this). That removes a lot of the product. The ER vet may administer some activated charcoal out of safety.
If a very large amount was eaten, then you need to have him seen on emergency. We still want to induce vomiting, but you he should be hospitalized with intravenous fluid therapy. The organ that must deal with the ingestion is the kidneys and this needs to be monitored for a day or two with the emergency vet and your regular vet. As well with high ingestions, we may see some severe symptoms such as Signs update digestive tract (vomit/diarrhea) to neurological signs such as seisures and tremors.
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