How To Make a Dog Vomit

Dogs are famous for eating anything, whether it be food, toilet paper among other things. What is undoubtedly of concern is if you have ingested anything toxic that could lead to your death.

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Faced with a serious situation and in certain situations, as an emergency, we must apply first aid by trying to make him vomit and then resort to the specialist as soon as possible. However, never try to make your dog vomit if you have ingested anything sharp or corrosive, it could be even worse.

Continue reading this YourCatCareguide article to find out how to make your dog vomit .

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When should we make the dog vomit?

We should make the dog vomit if it ingesting some kind of substance toxic or harmful to it recently. We should never make him vomit if it has been too long after ingestion.

If we are not sure what you ingested we should not force vomit . This is because there are corrosive products like bleach or petroleum that can burn the esophagus or other organs. Nor should we make him vomit if he swallows anything sharp.

This article is intended for those people who can not immediately go to a hospital, if this is not your case, please do not try it. Only the specialist should carry out this procedure.

Make the dog vomit with hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is undoubtedly the best option to make a dog vomit. To do this we need as many milliliters as the dog’s weight.

For example, if we have a dog with 30 kilograms we need 30 milliliters of hydrogen peroxide. If the dog has 10 kilograms we need 10 milliliters.

Steps to follow:

  1. Take a small container and mix the same amount of hydrogen peroxide you need with water. For example, 10 ml of water and 10 ml of hydrogen peroxide.
  2. Take a syringe (needle) and absorb the mixture.
  3. Apply inside the dog’s mouth, when deeper, the better.
  4. Wait 15 minutes while activating the dog (making him walk and move).
  5. If you do not vomit after 15 minutes you can apply another dose.
  6. Go to the veterinarian as soon as possible to make sure your puppy is well.

This article is purely informative, in we do not have the capacity to prescribe veterinary treatments nor to make any type of diagnosis. We suggest you bring your pet to the veterinarian in case of any type of condition or malaise.

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