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Hi there, this is Dr. Levinson and i'll try to help you out tonight.
When did she eat it?
If it was with in the last hour ? Is she showing any cliinical signs?
usually with in 15-45 min they start showing clinical signs, ie. excited/hyperactive, breathing fast, salivating , vomiting, diarrhea, twitching, seizures
If it's been over an hour unfortuantely you can't induce vomiting. It's already being adsorbed into her system and thus the vomiting.
I really would take her to the emergency vet to start her on some IV fluids or at least SQ fluids, give her something for the nausea and most importantly to give her some activated charcoal to help decrease any further adsorption of the tobacco.
I'm sorry but I really don't think there's much to do for her at home. Being so little I highly recommend taking her to the ER vet, yes.
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