Dog ate my bee pollen

by laura

My dog just ate my bee pollen capsules and there were about 50 tablets left!

Will she be ok?


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Jul 28, 2014
Dog ate your bee pollen
by: Angela

Hi Laura,
He should be. I would recommend you contact your Vet just to sure and be on the look out for any adverse reactions. The most common ones to look for would be respiratory issues. He may also experience gastrointestinal issues until he passes the pollen.

Bee healthy,

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