Dog Swallowing 40 Mg Lisinopril

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vicki Says:
maltese poodle(8 lb) possibly swallowed one 40 mg tab of lisinopril - what should I do?

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jaylbee67 Says:
My granddaughters 40# Boxer Pup may have swallowed one of my blood pressure pills 10mg. what will happen? Are there symptons I need to be watching for? Is there any kind of an antedote?

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LesterDukes Says:
My 10 pound, 7 month, puppy/mut swallowed 45mgs of the pill Hydrocortisone or also known as Cortef. She also swallowed 500mgs of Magnesium. What should or can I do. It has been in her system for about 3 hours. Please help asap. My email is Lester3636 at hotmail

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Dee Souza Says:
My husband thinks my 9 month Yorkie may have swallowed Lisinopril 10 mg
1 low strength aspirin
1 pravastain sodium 40 mg
1 lansopraxole dr 30gr
please advise.

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Sherry Says:
If you pet swallowed any of your medication. You should take them to the vet immediatley to make sure there are no potential side effects or death.
Always keep any medication put up and away from pets and small children.

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Beverly Says:
I am not sure but I think my keeshound pup 6 months old may have swallowed 40 pill of lisinopril
what should I do

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dave day Says:
my 12 lb poodle/terrier took 40MG of my Lisinopril. or Hydrochlothiazide 25MG .. Not sure which one. Thanks

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