ate a bag of chipotle chips (worried about excessive salt intake)
vomiting, excessive drinking water, diarrhea
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Although chips themselves are not poisonous or dangerous, their high salt and fat content can cause problems. Dogs shouldn’t consume excessive amounts of salt because it might cause water retention and high blood pressure in humans and dogs alike.
Salt toxicosis has no specific treatment. It is crucial to remove any questionable feed, water, or other materials right away. All animals must have access to fresh water, initially in modest amounts every few minutes to prevent clinical symptoms from getting worse.
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Your dog may experience temporary vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, indigestion, and excessive water intake due to excess salt, flour, and oil. Limit feeding or food to your dog until these symptoms are relieved.
Give your dog plenty of water, rest, and sleep.
Symptoms are likely to subside within 1 to 2 days. If your dog’s digestive symptoms persist for 3 to 4 days, it is recommended to take her to the vet for proper treatment.