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leopui
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Feb 20, 2002, 9:02 AM

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Knowing what to do in an emergency may mean the difference between life and death for your dog. Learn how to prevent emergencies, treat minor injuries with first aid, and when to seek immediate veterinary assistance.

I have make this subject posting divided into three parts, so that you could just follow the subject line and search what you may want accordingly.
  1. Bites - Stings - Injuries
  2. Poisonous Household Items
  3. Allergic Reactions and Skin



LEO PUI
Get REAL, Train REAL & Be REAL! Do RIGHT and FEAR No One!


Derrickok
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Feb 20, 2002, 3:45 PM

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WwaHh!! Oooi!!! AaYooo!
Never realised that you are such a Super genius. If I have it my way, I would like to be Aladine and put you inside my magic lamp, so that when I rub rub, you come and ask Master "my wish is your command"
Figure it out what do I mean by that.
There is one question I want to ask. How do you make a dog vomit? since you have mentioned this on serveral occasions. Please lah don't just say make dog vomit, teach lah share share ma. Dog got no tonsil, WHERE TO TiCkLE? HeeeHeee.


leopui
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Feb 20, 2002, 7:29 PM

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Making dog to Vomit ... I am not quite sure about it since I have came across this requirement once only (almost ten years ago).

There was one situation that I saw my father forced feeding to one of our GSD almost the size of one littre "cocktail" ... mixing with Milk powder + two tablespoon of cooking oil + vinegar + cold water!!! With in 07-10 minutes, you see the dog start to throw out!!!

Until today, I keep this in place in-case I may need it ... however, this kind of method is not proven to out-sider yet except our family!!! Therefore, if you do have any other method ... by all mean, please share-share-lah!!!
LEO PUI
Get REAL, Train REAL & Be REAL! Do RIGHT and FEAR No One!


Derrickok
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Feb 20, 2002, 9:49 PM

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PAY TO LEARN PAY TO SEE.
NOTHING IS FREE!!!


leopui
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Feb 20, 2002, 9:57 PM

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I see you point well but I am not quite sure is that what you really mean!!! Too difficult to guess!!!
LEO PUI
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Derrickok
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Feb 21, 2002, 3:11 AM

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If William Shakespear were alive, I wonder how many more plays he would have written? Or the author of Lady Chatterly's Lover would have a better version than what was published.
Take for example, your Emergencies & first aid# Introduction, allergies, snake bites & household dangers. all in all in four sections. It cost me,please note the word cost and not took me RM5.85 to read them carefully, which represent some good 50 - 65 minutes. Yet, the first posting you made was at 1.02AM and the last one completed at 1.27AM. In order words in 25 minutes you have managed to type, to compose, and to post.
You must be a fast typist, an accurate one too for that matter, no spelling mistakes.
That is why I said if I were Aladdin, I bloody well will have no hestitation and stick you inside my magic lamp and rub you whenever I needed help
Hello Hello, I knew exactly what you did, but this old dog is just trying to be stp when he is not. In life, sometimes you have to pretend to be stp to bring out the best of others. RIGHT or WRONG?


leopui
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Feb 21, 2002, 4:46 AM

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Should I LaughLaughLaugh or get MadMadMad with you???

People get better from learning their mistake, I for one sometime just over look at the "timing" (hahahaha)!!!

Happy Posting!!!
LEO PUI
Get REAL, Train REAL & Be REAL! Do RIGHT and FEAR No One!


Derrickok
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Feb 21, 2002, 5:17 AM

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Dk the OD is very obserevant. Nothing escapes me.
You could always try your luck and see if you could get away with it.


leopui
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Feb 21, 2002, 6:12 AM

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Hahaha ... are we playing "hide" and "seek"??? Anyway, Elvis has just left the building!!! Case closed and let move to the next ... "Hey, Bartender, give DK a Bloody Mary!"
LEO PUI
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Khoobg
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Feb 23, 2002, 6:17 AM

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Anyone has tried Hydrogen Peroxide to make your dog vomit.

Hydrogen peroxide is also very useful for cleaning wound. For me, I also use it to increase oxygen in my koi pond when the need arises. Smile


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Derrickok
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Feb 23, 2002, 6:59 AM

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Cannot ah. You will kill your dog.
Check you pvt e-mail.


Rainbow
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Feb 23, 2002, 8:24 AM

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There are some articles on the internet that say that Hydrogen Peroxide can be used to induce vommiting??

http://www.doctordog.com/dogbook/dogvomit.html
http://www.thearray.com/...r/medical/poison.htm
http://www.pembrokecorgi.org/art_emerkit.html

If Khoo can use Hydrogen Peroxide in his Koi pond..it should also be able to be used on dogs??

(This post was edited by Rainbow on Feb 23, 2002, 8:26 AM)


Khoobg
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Feb 23, 2002, 5:07 PM

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the reason that I mentioned about Hydrogen Peroxide is I always maintain several bottle at all times.

I think to key to administer Hydrogen Peroxide is to make sure the dosage is accurately calculated. A quote from the above link

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Hydrogen Peroxide 3% (standard)- Mix an equal amount with water, using a turkey baster as a applicator give about 1 teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight. The dog should vomit within five minutes, if the dog does not wait another 10 minutes and give another dose. DO NOT give a third dose!


As usual, Hydrogen Peroxide can be easily purchased from any Pharmacy in town but Hydrogen Peroxide come in two different packing, 3% and 6%. So those who need to administer will have check the packing and administer the right dosage.

Having said that, salt is possibly still the easiest and possibly the safest way to induce vomiting.


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(This post was edited by Khoobg on Feb 23, 2002, 5:09 PM)


Derrickok
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Feb 23, 2002, 7:25 PM

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There are so many concoctions to induce a dog to vomit.
Vinegar and oilveoil is another.
But during emergencies, when life and death is only a matter of minutes away, salt be it rock,table or common is anytime readily available in any household. What I am looking at is instant availability or overdosage will not cause severe damages to the internal organs of your animal. You will still need to send your dog to the vet for treatment.

 
 




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