My dog got into the garbage this morning- there were coffee grounds, left-over fries (the frozen kind cooked in the oven), and old lettuce in there. Then she ate some grass/weeds outside until I caught her and brought her in the house. She was lethargic and quivering, like she had a stomach ache, with a warm dry nose by mid-morning. I decided to run my errands to fax infor on difficult child's father to DSS and check her later. When I came home about 1 hour later, she didn't greet me at the door and could barely stand up and was foaming at the mouth. I picked her up and her legs stiffened, her head went limp and fell back and her eyes were closing. I rushed her to the vet where the tech said it sounded like a seizure. The vet, however, said it was probably toxicity from eating garbage and he kept her to put her on fluids for the day. I'm supposed to pick her up tonight so she has someone to keep an eye on her thru the night, just in case. (What would I do if something happened during the night?) He said she would probably be fine with this because the fluids would get it out of her system quicker instead of her coming home and possibly not being able to fight it off herself. It would be horrible if she died while difficult child is incarcerated- this is his dog. Has anyone else had experience with this?