Inducing vomit dog

bandit

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Hi everyone. Bandit here again.

My dog is like constantly eating everything. She is destroying this riverland rental house which I feel bad about and doing everything I can to stop that...

But was thinking I want to be prepared if I need to and have heard that to induce vomit in dogs you give them hydrogen peroxide? Has anyone done this before? What is the recommendation on how to do this? How much hydrogen peroxide?

And what do you do after inducing vomiting in your dog? Is there any important pre vomit or post vomit things to think about? How long does it take from giving the hydrogen peroxide until a dog vomits?

I have heard a friend one time gave her dog hydrogen peroxide and he didn't vomit. What do you do then?

Bandit
 

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FIRST AND FOREMOST, Bandit, you MUST call you vet and he/she will instruct how to proceed or how much peroxide to give your dog if that is the best treatment. Time is of the essence so your dog doesn’t die. Bigger dogs have particular issues with their stomach that can TWIST which is usually from over eating BUT not anything you want to mess with. Yes peroxide is something they use to induce vomiting but you must call your vet for instructions. Happy Holidays, also, if your dog is eating everything you need to introduce a crate and keep them in it when they are alone. This will restrict his behavior and teach him his crate is a safe haven and reduce bad behavior.
 

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I agree on Deena. The dose of hydrogen peroxide should be prescribed by the vet according to your pup situation. Mistakenly abusing the peroxide may induce severe side effect and even threaten to his life, so what you should do now is to contact your vet and put your pup in the crate for isolating with other objects. Your vet will diagnose through some medical examination and prescribe special medications for your dog.
Here is a relevant guide for your reference: What to Do If Your Dog Swallowed Something They Shouldn’t Have

Before seeing the vet, you should lock your dog in the crate and take away anything that he may swallow or chew. If he has constipation and doesn't pee, you may need to stop his food and water. Confirm it with your vet. Make sure your pup has gone through crate training. Some ill-trained dogs would struggle for escaping and hurt themselves in the crate. A training guide is here: Guide to Crate Train Your Dog
 
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We just had to use peroxide for our dog the other night, he ate the handle of his tug toy which was made out of some extra strong material and about 10 inches long total. This was the first time we've had to do this but we figured we'd do it and if it didnt' work we'd take him to the vet. We used this article for the dosage: https://animals.howstuffworks.com/pets/how-to-make-dog-throw-up.htm and a eyedropper to give it to him. It took about 30 minutes and then he threw up the entire handle in two pieces. We measured it to make sure. Very relieved. Now we'll keep an eyedropper and bottle of peroxide in the cabinet just in case. However, be advised our dog did throw up for several hourse afterwards as well. However, cleaning throw up was better than taking him in for surgery because he had a blockage.
 

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Thanks for the info. Went through kinda the same thing this am but didn’t need peroxide!! There are these nuts where I live that look like pitted peach nuts and my older dog got a hold of them evidentially last night (it was dark) and this morning had the pleasure of vomiting through all my bedding and in my closet on the rug, fun morning. Hard to stay on top of this little critters!!
 
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