I was hoping for a response back but don’t’ want you to wait either. If it just occurred you could induce vomiting with hydrogen peroxide 3%. The following site gives instructions for inducing vomiting.
Synthroid (levothyroxine) is a medication that is used in veterinary medicine to treat dogs with hypothyroidism and it is very well tolerated. The typical dose administered to dogs is 10 micrograms per pound (22 mcg/kg) orally every 12 hours. So an 88 mcg would be unlikely to do much to a dog over 8 pounds. Many vets don’t worry unless the dosage is much much higher than that. You can read about this here:
You also have the option of monitoring him as well if your dog is over 8 pounds. Signs of high doses of levothyroxine are nervousness, anxiousness, panting, elevated heart rate and hyperactivity. Even then you see this only for a short time as it is a short acting drug.
If your dog is a smaller dog , you might wish to use activated charcoal to limit absorption of the drug. Read how to do that here:
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