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I'm sorry to hear your little on has done this and appreciate your concern.
The worry with products like this that they can cause ulcers, erosions and gastritis.
Though he did not eat many, puppies are more susceptible.
Ideally, he would see a vet. They will examine him for any adverse reactions and may prescribe e.g. some ant acids to help coat hist food pipe and stomach.
Is this something that needs to be done imminently or tomorrow as my vets is closed tonight?
I do apologise for the late reply.
With a possible toxin exposure, the sooner the pet is seen, the best.
Your vet should be able to offer an out of hours service.