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What if my 3yr old child ate calmeze tablets for dogs?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Soekie, Dec 31, 2017.


  1. Soekie

    Soekie PetForums Newbie

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    Please help! I cant find this info on google. What should I do if my 3yr old girl ate calmeze tablets for dogs? We found the blister (which only had 4 tablets in) laying on the grass, the tablets were missing. I suspect my child might have eaten it.. what are the symptoms and effects to look out for? Is this an emergency?
     
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    Mirandashell Banned

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    Call NHS 111 if you're in Britain.
     
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    labradrk PetForums VIP

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    Yep call 111, have the packaging to hand as they'll want to know what's in it......
     
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    Soekie PetForums Newbie

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    Hank you. I an in south africa, I will call my local GP. Thanx!!
     
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    Mirandashell Banned

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    Tell them it contains L-Tryptophan. They will need to know that.
     
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    Kim Watcham KIM N ARCHIE

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    oh my goodness you must get her to hospital take the packet with you and show them ....I do hope shes going to be ok
     
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    Soekie PetForums Newbie

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    Thank you. So far no visible side effects.. I am not sure if she ate it, we only found the empty blister laying on the grass. The dogs might have eaten it, but none of them seem to be having any effects yet. I have called my GP and explained the situation. I am keeping a very close eye on my child as well as on the dogs. Thank you for the reply and for the concern.
     
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