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Good evening, I am Laura, one of the UK vets.
Prokolin is non-prescription so you should be able to phone and get this from your vets without an appointment. The anti-sickness medications are prescription only so you'd need to be seen for that.
Is he eating any food at the moment?
You could maybe given him some ranitidine indigestion medicine. The trade name is ***** ***** often get generics in the supermarkets on the aisles. Do you know what weight he is?
Ok. Ranitidine comes in 75mg tablets from supermarkets. He would need three tablets twice daily for a few days.
If he is still bright and bouncy I would withold food for a day, if you haven't already, to let his stomach settle, and give him small amounts of room temperature water at a time.
If he is withdrawn and lethargic, it may be better to see your vet tomorrow.
You can get tablets for him to take that make him a bit happier about vet visits we tend to use them for aggressive dogs because most of them are frightened rather than bad, but we use them for very nervous dogs too. You could see if your vet would dispense any for you to make it easier to get Teddy in.