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05-10-2014 11:07 AM
janr
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You can use salt and mustard to make them vomit to. If a dog eats something there is a small window of like 45 minutes to induce vomiting. After that time frame it moves through the digestive system.
You are so right! The vet said to act quickly before the object started into the small intestines.
05-10-2014 02:50 AM
llombardo You can use salt and mustard to make them vomit to. If a dog eats something there is a small window of like 45 minutes to induce vomiting. After that time frame it moves through the digestive system.
05-10-2014 01:50 AM
SuperG Thank you for the useful information.

SuperG
05-10-2014 01:42 AM
janr
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How did they instruct you to make your dog vomit ???

Glad you got it handled without any problems for your girl.


SuperG
Both vets said to use 3% Hydrogen Peroxide - 2 Tablespoons mixed with something edible. I used a raw egg and she had no problem with it. Within 3 minutes she was vomiting. I guess it's the foaming action that makes them sick.
05-10-2014 01:32 AM
SuperG
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Thanks to all for your suggestions. After my post today I went outside to give her some exercise with the flirt pole. I tied her favorite UN-stuffed toy to the whip and proceeded to play with her. The second time I allowed her to grab the toy she ripped it off the pole, chomped it 3 times and down it went. She swollowed it whole while I stood there staring in disbelief. I called two of my vets to try to get her in and neither would take her but proceeded to give me instructions on how to make her vomit. Ugh! Poor girl but up it came. Now to find a new toy and make sure it cannot be detached!

Thanks again for all of your comments.
How did they instruct you to make your dog vomit ???

Glad you got it handled without any problems for your girl.


SuperG
05-10-2014 12:59 AM
Nigel
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Originally Posted by janr View Post
Thanks to all for your suggestions. After my post today I went outside to give her some exercise with the flirt pole. I tied her favorite UN-stuffed toy to the whip and proceeded to play with her. The second time I allowed her to grab the toy she ripped it off the pole, chomped it 3 times and down it went. She swollowed it whole while I stood there staring in disbelief. I called two of my vets to try to get her in and neither would take her but proceeded to give me instructions on how to make her vomit. Ugh! Poor girl but up it came. Now to find a new toy and make sure it cannot be detached!

Thanks again for all of your comments.
Wow, glad you were able to "recover" the toy, we had to induce once before to recover a torn up Chuckit ball, not fun.
05-10-2014 12:56 AM
janr Thanks to all for your suggestions. After my post today I went outside to give her some exercise with the flirt pole. I tied her favorite UN-stuffed toy to the whip and proceeded to play with her. The second time I allowed her to grab the toy she ripped it off the pole, chomped it 3 times and down it went. She swollowed it whole while I stood there staring in disbelief. I called two of my vets to try to get her in and neither would take her but proceeded to give me instructions on how to make her vomit. Ugh! Poor girl but up it came. Now to find a new toy and make sure it cannot be detached!

Thanks again for all of your comments.
05-09-2014 07:23 PM
llombardo My female air snapped until she was about 7 months old and just stopped. I'm hesitant to say redirection because redirection is more if amped up moment that is not controllable. They kinda go for whatever is near and don't miss.
05-09-2014 07:08 PM
Chip18 Never dealt with it myself. Don't think I would care for that behaviour from one of my guys. I know you can't correct that out. I would recommend a trainer or behaviourist.
05-09-2014 06:34 PM
misslesleedavis1 Tyson air snaps too, he will do it at my face if I sit down with him, he gets excited that I am on the floor and will strat licking and snapping at my face. He does this when he wants shiloh s attention, or he sees a bunny.

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