Judy just ate a rabbit (~2 pounds). Should I give her peroxide to make her vomit? Vet doesn't open for another hour. She ate it fast, less than a minute so the other dogs, or I, wouldn't get it.
I'm not sure what the best answer is...but I would probably make her throw up. Mostly because if one of mine did that, they would be sure to throw it up on my carpet.
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Good Lord, I have no idea!!! Can you call an e-vet just to ask them?
Just talked to the e vet. She said it should be OK, don't make her vomit.
oh, thank goodness. I don't think I would have had the stomach to see the rabbit come back up!
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Unless she has a very sensitive stomach, I think she might be alright. At least I hope she is.
Phew, glad they could answer you! Don't be surprised if the rabbit comes up on its own! Does Judy still get dinner, or is she good for the rest of the day now?
Someone else's dog ate a little bunny a while back, and the dog threw it up on its' own. Let's hope Judy does that, too!
How on earth do they swallow something like that?!?!? Blech!
Jackie, Champ, and Buddy
She just put herself on a raw diet. Maybe she prefers rabbits.
Poor bunny didn't know today was it's last day! lol. Glad she's gonna be ok and I hope it comes up easily.