unless the food already passed to her intestines, it will help. did you read my 20th post? there are some websites that may help you. milk chocolate is not as concentrated and is not as dangerous, so dont get overly worried, but keep in mind it is a small dog. thanks chili pepper
when my dog ate a macadamia nut cookie, she was fed the peroxide and threw up within 10 minutes. they will feel sick the rest of the night because they just threw up, just like you wouldnt feel good, but will be better in the morning. if they do not throw anything up but are gagging hard, stop, because the chocolate is most likely not in their stomach and has already passed trhough. no sense in putting stress on the dogs insides if there is nothing to vomit up. thanks chili pepper
Okay. I gave them both a teaspoon full about 10 min. ago. One of them kind of... foamed-up,and the other threw-up a tiny bit. They drank a lot of water though. Now they are both chasing each other around the house. Are they okay?
That's good that they are throwing up, however, I don't reccomend them running around the house after injesting a very carbonated fluid. Have you ever heard about gastric torsion? It's uncommon in small dogs, but still possible. It's where a dog excersizes after injesting fluids and air gets into their stomach, cause their stomach to twist up often resulting in death. This rarely happens in small dogs after injesting food or regular water, but hydrogen peroxide increases the risk because of its high air content. Just to be safe. Just keep them calm. I'm sure they will be fine though, and good job at helping your dogs! thanks chili pepper