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Old 02-13-2014, 05:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Be sure you know the brand of the poison. Some companies are using a new formula which does not have a treatment for it yet.

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Mouse and Rat Poison - Toxicity in Dogs and Cats

Found an earlier link regarding this: http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites...paign=20130524
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Old 02-13-2014, 06:04 PM   #12 (permalink)
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We just made it to the emergency room. Its been almost an hour. Hopefully everything will be ok. We're not even sure if he actually ate any, all the pieces he dropped out of his mouth are whole.
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Glad you made it in
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Old 02-13-2014, 06:53 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i'm thinking after an hour he would be sick. i'm glad you went to the Vet.
where was the mice poison?

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We just made it to the emergency room. Its been almost an hour. Hopefully everything will be ok. We're not even sure if he actually ate any, all the pieces he dropped out of his mouth are whole.
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If not much is ingested he should be ok for that hour. I read some rat poison the dog won't show symptoms for many days which is bad because when it does it may be too late. My dog ate it over night and I discovered the neon poop the next morning and it was too late to induce vomiting then but he made it. He showed no symptoms. This is a 10 lbs dog.

If he ingested any, I think the vet has a way to tell by measuring the K levels or something in his blood stream.
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i'm thinking after an hour he would be sick. i'm glad you went to the Vet.
where was the mice poison?
In the corner of the house between the stove and wall. We had forgotten it was there. Good news is they said when he vomited it was only a couple green dots. So there should be no worries
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If not much is ingested he should be ok for that hour. I read some rat poison the dog won't show symptoms for many days which is bad because when it does it may be too late. My dog ate it over night and I discovered the neon poop the next morning and it was too late to induce vomiting then but he made it. He showed no symptoms. This is a 10 lbs dog.

If he ingested any, I think the vet has a way to tell by measuring the K levels or something in his blood stream.
This guy is also about ten pounds. Its a pomeranian. So much energy for such a little dog
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