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my dog ate a piece of food and shaking how to make him better?

without going to vet

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Um no one can recommend anything without knowing dog and what food is. If you don't go to vet, you just have to wait it out.

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well what was the food the dog ate?

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a whole bologna
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Like one slice ofnbolgny or one whole pack?
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one slice
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If it was a dairy product dogs are lactose intolerant
So vet attention is mandatory

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Shaking him is not the answer. What kind of food? Most often the so called "food" is someone's special Brownies!! If that is the case, take your dog to the vet IMMEDIATELY! The faster you can get your dog there they are more likely to save the life. This is nothing to laugh about!

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The simplistic term "Food" is non descriptive. THAT is not helpful at all.

Be a little more specific .. WHAT did he eat, and how much?

If you think your dog is in distress, call your vet for advice.

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Piece of food is fine. If u panic so will ur pet. Be concerned if it was a large amount of dark chocolate. Or something poisonous. But I can't emagine any piece of food is going to endanger ur pet.

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is bologanga?
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If you really care for your dog, you will do everything possible to get him help, as in taking him to the vet.

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Call you vet and ask them what to do.

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Rub some alcohol on his legs and paws and make him smell it a bit so he can react to it and grab a blanket and keep rubbing him. I do this to my dog cause he has epilepsy. Sooo yeah

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