If you didn't know Timmy got into a bag of raw El Salvadoran coffee, He got it off of my coffee table. At the moment we found out he was very wired, which we expected because he just had a bunch of caffeine. Then we realized that he was starting to pant a lot and we knew something wasn't right. So we looked up what to do(This was very late at night), it said to give Timmy lots of liquid to flush out the caffeine out. So we did, then the next morning he still wasn't right so we decided to go to the vet as soon as they opened. When we got there the vet asked what was in the coffee and I was confused and said "Just Coffee". Then my mom was confused and looked it up and looked at the flavor notes and thought the flavor notes were what was in it. After awhile the vet decided to just give him lots of fluids to flush the caffeine out. Now it's the next day and Timmy was not doing great, he is very wired and his heart rate was at 190 bpm and needed to be at around 100 bpm(Of course cause of the amount of caffeine he had and stress), and his red blood cell count was high and his blood protein was low because he was dehydrated. So we left and hoped for a speedy recovery, that wasn't the case. The next day the Vet said his number were bad still so he needed to stay another day, so we went and gave him his favorite snack ice(it's now Saturday). So we went home and were concerned. Then Sunday his numbers got a little bit better but still needed to stay another day and they said he had high blood pressure, So we got concerned and called the main vet and the vet told us that Timmy didn't have high blood pressure the vet did. Then they said he probably will be able to come home Monday. Now it's Monday morning and we are hoping he can come home. Then later that day I hear the phone buzz and I look and my mom has Timmy at my house(YAY!!). When I got home from school I see Timmy and give him all the lovens.
That why dogs may want so delicious Wags and Bags Coffee but it not good for them, So remember to keep your coffee away from the edge of your counter or table. For your dogs safety.