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Q. My dog had a margarita ,brownies and mouth wash what so I do

A. Seek veterinary attention immediately. Unless she ate a large quantity of brownies, you'll likely see nothing worse than some GI upset. The alcohol content of the margarita and mouth wash are concerning and may lead to a serious toxicosis. Supportive care (IV fluids, activated charcoal, etc.) may be indicated if too much time has passed for induction of vomiting to be effective.

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ANGEL ALVARADO

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