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The ingestion of the medication may have occurred after he saw his regular veterinarian earlier today correct?
And he saw your regular veterinarian for vomiting ?
Did they Axle a medication injection of Cerenia ? That is a powerful anti nausea so we may not be able to induce vomiting if so.
Can you tell me the dosage he may have ingested?
This medication is also not really used in animals so there is not much on what side effects we can see but from my research we may see low blood pressure, arrhythmias and collapse. There are no doses published for animals so I may need to recommend that you call animal poison control and speak to a toxicologist so we can find out exactly what we may see.
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Did your veterinarian give cerenia for nausea to Axle? We have a limited window of 30-45 min to induce vomiting since ingestion but the hydrogen peroxide not work (because of the cerenia) and may make his stomach issues worse because of the acidic nature.
Without more information here I need to recommend calling poison control and finding out what symptoms we could see and I am also going to recommend that you call your regular veterinarian after speaking with poison control in cause we need treatment for Axle.
Good luck with Axle. Please follow the recommendations and call poison control so we can be prepared for any symptoms
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I am sorry I was at work and no you cannot induce vomiting now. like I posted above your window of inducing vomiting is only 30-45 minutes after the ingestion.
His symptoms of vomiting today may be related to the ingestion. I would recommend asking your veterinarian tomorrow for a medication called cerenia for the nausea.
How is Axle doing now ?