Fertilizer is non-toxic.
The problem is that it causes them to throw-up and have diarrhea, and if it doesn't stop within 24 hours they need med. to make it stop or they could dehydrate and die.
We took him in they gave him antibiotics due to digestive wipe-out and clean the bad stuff introduced, I think it's standard for stomach issues. They also gave him some med to prevent barfing.
AND instead of keeping him over night on an IV they gave him it under the skin, probably 2 or 3 cups on his neck/back where all that extra skin is.
WOW, he looked like a camel!! I wish I had a picture but we had to leave after we had it done it was HILARIOUS.
Also right after this medicine and injection he was happy and ready to play again!! Amazing!
He's still tired, and we can only feed him 1 meatball size of special food a couple times a day.
They said he should be almost back to normal tomorrow.
He really iritated his colone and it was putting blood into his poopys too.
In the end moose will be ok, and our wallet was only hit for ~$250 so Moose and parents are happy