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I have reviewed the previous answer you received and got the ingredients in the pill your dog ingested part of. I do agree that none of the ingredients should cause a toxic response in your dog. It is possible that you might see some stomach upset and possible diarrhea. The previous expert gave you information on pepcid for the possible nausea and medication that might be good for diarrhea.
If your dog is eating and drinking normally which you indicate he is, Kaopectate at 1 teaspoon per 5 pound every 2 - 6 hours or Imodium at 1 mg per 15 pounds one or two times a day can be given for diarrhea. Read dosage information here that states Loperamide is also dosed at 1 capsule (2 mg) per 50 pounds (25 kg) if over 20 pounds (10 kg).
Some herding breeds like collies can have an adverse reaction to imodium so avoid using in collies and similar breeds. Canned pumpkin (not pie filling) will also absorb excess fluid in the bowel with just a spoonful added to the dog’s food. Some experts will recommend a bland diet for a few days of boiled chicken and rice.
I do want you to have the information on acetaminophen poisoning. As you can read a 50 pound dog would need to ingest over 3500 mg of acetaminophen to suffer toxic effects. Your dog is half that weight but may have only eated a few pieces of a 325 mg pill. I wouldn't expect to see much effect at all ffrom the acetaminophen.
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