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Hi, JACustomer.Unfortunately, Hyacinth bulbs are toxic to dogs and the more the pet ingested the worse the toxicity. Typical signs include profuse drooling, vomiting, or even diarrhea, depending on the amount consumed. With larger ingestions, more severe symptoms such as an increase in heart rate, changes in respiration, and difficulty breathing may be seen.I would recommend that you go to the ER today to have Puggy evaluated and treated. If caught early enough, you may only need to have symptomatic treatment for the vomiting done. However, if symptoms progress Puggy may well require hospitalization.If you need help finding an ER that can see you today, let me know. Please post back your city, state and zip code and I'll get to work finding one.More info http://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/poison/tulip/
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