My dog is 90lbs and ate 2lbs of chocolate Hershey kit Kat heath and breeders Halloween candy
Wrapper and all I gave him about 50ml peroxide and still no puke
Judy, the chocolate your dog ate is mostly milk chocolate, which is less toxic than dark chocolate, but I still suggest you advise your veterinarian of the situation. Even milk chocolate contains theobromine (a cardiac stimulant) and caffeine, and two pounds of it could affect a 90 pound dog. Plus, the wrappers could cause a blockage, or could scrape and cut anywhere along the digestive tract, causing internal bleeding and setting the stage for a secondary infection. Inducing the dog to vomit is not enough.
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