... jepordize her health. There are no vets open at this time
14 Apr 2011
We are a family of many pet's, well 3 cats, horse, and reptiles... I see that you do have access to a computer so I would go online and look up any 24 hour vet office (to call) not e-mail and speak with them... They can assist you with this information as well as give you a steady piece of mind due to this is their field... If this happened to one of our's... I would take away all food and give the animal plenty of water to flush the system. At least through the night until you can get the lil one to the vet's for check up... Blaze22
14 Apr 2011
not much you can do but watch her for signs that she might be in distress. we have 3 Maltese mix, two girls and a quirkey rescue boy, can't love them enough. Our vet , after one of ours ingested X suggested a little milk. too much will make them runny and gassy, seemed too work and of course they love it. Our Beasties act like ardvaark, slurping up anything in sight, then theirs the coughing, lift and rub forward, they have very short esophagus, it helps them a lot. I think you have little too worry about, 1 pill 1 time, usually will come out in the end (ahem).
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