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Hoping someone is on here and can give me some advice quickly. My 10 month old dobe got into a container of "Udder Balm" and ate a good bit of it (i'm guessing 6 oz)... The Ingredients are listed as - Active Ingredient: 8-hydroxyquinoline .14%, INActive Ingredients: Petrolatum, Water, Lanolin, Wax, Oil of Clove, Sodium Borate, Color, Isopropyl Alcohol .2%... Advice on what to do?? Dog is acting normal, other than sneezing now and then. Gums look normal..
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I would call an emergency vet clinic and see what they say. I'm sorry that's all I have to offer but it's better to be safe than sorry.
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Is that the stuff that goes on cows teets? If so we use that here and our dogs always lick it. Never hurt any of
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Yes, it is. I use it on their pads, and my dogs lick it too, just didn't know if that much would be more harmful... I called an e-vet, who said they'd call me back (they haven't yet) its been almost a couple hours, and he's been fine so far, so I'm hoping theres no issue...
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Is that the stuff that goes on cows teets? If so we use that here and our dogs always lick it. Never hurt any of
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Licking it, and eating at least six ounces=two entirely different scenarios, with possibly two entirely different outcomes

OP, call the Animal Poison Control Center.

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Hoping someone is on here and can give me some advice quickly. My 10 month old dobe got into a container of "Udder Balm" and ate a good bit of it (i'm guessing 6 oz)... The Ingredients are listed as - Active Ingredient: 8-hydroxyquinoline .14%, INActive Ingredients: Petrolatum, Water, Lanolin, Wax, Oil of Clove, Sodium Borate, Color, Isopropyl Alcohol .2%... Advice on what to do?? Dog is acting normal, other than sneezing now and then. Gums look normal..
Please read this and take your dog to a vet IMMEDIATELY.
http://datasheets.scbt.com/sc-202896.pdf
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When the e-vet finally called back, they said for a dog his weight (75ish lbs), none of the ingredients seem to be concentrated enough to do a whole lot of harm. The gal read me a list of behaviors etc to watch, and said bring him in if anything seems off. That was all 12 hrs ago, and he's been fine, so I'm not too worried. I rotate which dog gets to come with me each day, it isn't his day, but he got an extra turn so I can watch him throughout today, just in case..... Thanks everyone.
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