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Bubbly Vomit

My dog Flint has been acting oddly the past few hours. I took him out and he had, well, let's just say what came out the back wasn't so solid. I took him out again just now and he tried to eat some grass. I'd let him solve his own problems except the pesticides would undoubtedly create more.

So, a few teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) later and voilà! Bubbly Dog Vomit™! He's doing much better now.

9 Responses to "Bubbly Vomit"

  1. OMG, you give your dog hydrogen peroxide?

    (God bless your dog, really.)

  2. Uhhh, yes… because that's one way to get a dog to vomit. Y'know, when you don't have any syrup of ipecac.

  3. But when dog feels illness, they will instinctively find some grass to eat. And that's a good thing, I think.

  4. Can you not read? I said I'd let him do that except for the pesticides. C'mon.

  5. Gross!! Poor doggy πŸ™ I hope his tummy feels better soon. πŸ™

  6. No video or pics?

    -- Sorry that was in bad taste. πŸ™‚

  7. Good for you, every dog owner needs some H202 on hand. Especially if Rover eats something that could could really make him sick -- just like you'd do for a child.

  8. Does H2O2 work for humans too? What strength and dose?

  9. No idea.


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