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Old 09-20-2007, 05:07 PM
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Well, my Mom just called back and the vet told her to give him 1 teaspoon of peroxide. She said she didn't even mention that I had told her about that, they told her to do that on their own.....

She gave him the 1 teaspoon and she said that within 5 minutes, he threw up 2 earplugs. She said she had apparently lost them in the night at some point and they were under her bed.

Anyway, all is good now......Thanks for all of your concerns.....
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Old 09-20-2007, 05:58 PM
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Whew !!! Glad it's over !!! I was going to suggest to wait . So now I'm curious .... I've never had to make a dog throw up .....how much peroxided would you use for a 60 to 90 # dog ??? Just good to know .
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Old 09-20-2007, 06:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Charliesmommy View Post
My vet had me give Charlie 2 tablespoons of peroxide when he ate a bottle of Advil. It worked like a charm. He was probably about 6 months old at the time and weighed about 40-50 maybe. I don't know the recommended dosage for a smaller dog/pup.
Sounds like it may be a tablespoon per 20 pounds of dog. Not sure though, just using the above quote as a basis on that.

Buddy weighs around 4-5 pounds and the vet instructed 1 teaspoon. They also told my Mom that if that didn't work, to wait an hour and give him another teaspoon. It worked the first time...
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