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PitRottMommy, Veterinary Nurse
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Experience:  15 yrs experience in vet med, 8 in emergency med. Founder of a non-profit animal rescue
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She ingested 115 mg of enalapril, Phoebe is 16 months, she

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She ingested 115 mg of enalapril
JA: I'm sorry to hear that. The Veterinarian will know if the dog will be able to digest that. What is the dog's name and age?
Customer: Phoebe is 16 months
JA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Phoebe?
Customer: she weighs close to 70 pounds
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dog
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
115 mg is the maximum amount she could have ingested as 23 pills (5mg) are missing.
Expert:  PitRottMommy replied 1 year ago.

Hello and thank you for your question. I am a Veterinary Nurse with over 15 years experience and I have assisted in the care of many pets with this particular medical concern. It would be my pleasure to assist you today.

She's had 2-4 times the amount of enalapril that we would normally use in a dog her size. The highest risk that she has right now is of low blood pressure.

If she ingested this in the last 2 hours, I would recommend inducing vomiting using the following instructions at this link:

If she ingested this after the 2 hour period, you can either monitor her at home or take her to the ER clinic for observation. I would recommend the latter, if this option exists for you. If you choose to monitor her at home, watch out for lethargy, for her to become non-responsive or very sleepy, signs of sudden collapse, pale mucous membranes and increased thirst. If you see any of these symptoms, she must go promptly to the ER for treatment.

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Expert:  PitRottMommy replied 1 year ago.

Checking in. How is Phoebe doing?

Expert:  PitRottMommy replied 1 year ago.
I'm just following up on our conversation about your pet. How is everything going?