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He ate something bad....mopy, grumbling stomach, diarrhea in

the house, vomiting x 2...
he ate something bad....mopy, grumbling stomach, diarrhea in the house, vomiting x 2 days.
JA: I'm sorry to hear that. The Expert will know if the dog will be able to digest that. What is the dog's name?
Customer: Lady. i want to give bentyl now. how much for a 60 lb dog
JA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Lady?
Customer: it no, but all 3 of my dogs ate this dumb raw hidish looking bone with pretty red stuff on the ends. not sitting well with the reimerrainer
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Dr. Beth
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It does sound suspicious that the rawhide could be affecting her - I have not used Bentyl with dogs but I believe there is some dosing info available that I can check, is Lady on any other mediation?

How recently has she vomited? I would have some concern, even if we tried to give her something to help her stomach, if it is really irritated she may not keep any medication down. Sometimes they need to have an anti-nausea injection to be able to keep awn other supportive GI medications.

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Do you know what the strength is for the Bentyl that you have?

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
I caught her eating grass about 3 hours ago. when I called her to come in the house, she vomited 2 times prior to comi g in the house. her stomach is gurgling so much and she has even moaned a few times. it's killing me to hear her stomach and wanting to go outside often. she never has accidents in the house but she did 3 times in the past two days. I have Bentyl 20 mg tabs on hand

Poor girl :( The Bentyl should not hurt, but again may not be able to keep down if her stomach is really irritated, but you could try 1/4 of a 20mg tablet every 8 hours as needed, it is more specific for the diarrhea.

It may help to do an antacid as well, do you have anything like Pepcid AC, Prilosec, or Zantac at home?

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
no I do not have any of those meds but I will run and get some. which is the best and could you give me dosage and strength to buy? I would like to buy generic if that is ok
Customer reply replied 30 days ago
I thought I had promised but can't find it now
Customer reply replied 30 days ago
prolesec

Generic is fine, my first choice is the generic of Pepcid AC which is famotidine, more info here: https://www.petplace.com/article/drug-library/drug-library/library/famotidine-pepcid-for-dogs-and-cats-2/

For her size, you could give 1 or 1.5 of the 20mg tablets every 12 hours, and it would not have any interaction with the Bentyl.

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
prilosec
Customer reply replied 30 days ago
great! should I skip her feeding

Yes it would not hurt to let her tummy rest for a few hours, then you could try some 'bland' food - chicken and rice (or some other low fat protein and low fiber starch in equal parts), start with a small amount to make sure we keep it down, and can continue for a few meals just so what is going through is easily digestible.

If she can't keep the medication down, it really would be best to have her checked out in person to make sure no signs of a blockage, or sometimes they just need a shot to get things settled to be able to keep down oral meds.

Does that help?

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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
Dr Beth!! Thank you very much for you help. I'm hoping she feels better by morning. thanks again for everything. God bless!
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Customer reply replied 30 days ago
Will do that for you and thank you again.

Thanks - and my pleasure :)

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