I've called a pharmacy and poison control and neither of them identify pills. My dog has some how got a hold of these and chewed a few of them up. They were in a baggy with no identification on them. The are what appears to be orange and yellow capsule with H 214 printed on them. I cannot find them online anywhere.
Ok... I tried to ID the pills, no luck. Call the pharmacy and ask the Chemist if he / she can ID them for you.-
Keep a very close eye on your faithful companion, if you notice anything out of the ordinary take him / her to the Vet right away.-
I hope nothing bad happens.-
All the best and take care.-
Don't know how long it has been since your dog ate the pills but you can get the dog to vomit them by having him/her drink a little hydrogen peroxide. To get him to drink it put some meat in the bottom of the bowl. It will make him vomit hopefully bringing up the pills. If you don't feel this is safe give the vet a call and ask him. I have been told to do this with my dog, and have done so with good results.
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