- If you ever encounter this problem again, you should be aware of the symptoms which tend to include hyperactivity and sometimes aggression. However, in some cases dogs have reacted in the complete opposite way and become very sedated and depressed. You should also keep an eye out for vomiting, fast paced panting, trembling and loud constant whining.
- If your dog becomes overly hyper then it may also turn to aggression without being aware of it. If a dog in this state is frightened or anxious then there is a chance that they may lash out at you or another individual or animal. However, if your dog is acting lethargic and drowsy then don't assume that it is not suffering any affects for Ambien.
- Like I mentioned earlier, you should contact a vet as soon as possible, try not to panic because in most cases dogs do survive from ingesting Ambien. If your dog has become uncontrollable then you should try to calm them down as much as possible. However you must ensure that you do this carefully so you don't provoke them into attacking.