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Old 11-13-2008, 05:02 PM
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Thanks, I saved this to my favorites and will print the info asap!
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Thank you for this site...I bookmarked it for safe keeping!!
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This link is giving me an error message! Is it still active?
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No idea, the OP was made 7/2008, so the link is probably not good anymore.
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Old 06-10-2011, 06:10 PM
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Here is an updated link:

Two Dog Press, LLC | When Good Dogs Eat Bad Things Interested in wha... | Dog, Dogs, Yes, Vomiting, Healthy, Also, Poison, His, Cause, Jake
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Thanks, I will update the original with the new link
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Our new chihuahua rescue, Pico, has cost us plenty in vet bills in the 2.5 months he's been with us but it was all worth it 2 weeks ago...
He followed me to the basement where he's never been before. I figured it was okay because I just had to flip a switch for the Septic repair guy and run back up the steps...
I flipped the switch, turned around, and no Pico! I ran upstairs calling his name and found him on the dog bed chewing on a "prize". The "prize", it turned out was mouse poison!
I rushed him to the vet's office where they induced vomiting with Hydrogen Peroxide and prescribed 2 weeks of vitamin K just in case any had been absorbed into his system.
Had I not seen him eating the stuff, it could have been an awful ending...
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All types of dog vomiting should be a reason for concern, especially if it is a prolonged problem with several different bouts. It is best to take your dog to a vet sooner rather than later. A dog that is vomiting frequently is considered an emergency due to the drastic way vomiting dehydrates the body. If the issue is left neglected then your dog's health is at serious risk.
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