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jbird6989 12-29-2013 01:35 AM

Help please help
 
My puppy got into my wife's cabinet and might have eaten hair mousse and scented body wash. He hasn't vomited but did have a solid stool after my wife found the mess he made. I'm not sure what I should do since he is real giddy and is wanting food.

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bill 12-29-2013 01:41 AM

Read the label it should say if it is poison; and what to do. Good luck Bill

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llombardo 12-29-2013 03:40 AM

You can call an emergency vet and they can possibly give you some info.

tottie86 12-29-2013 05:03 AM

Let us know how your puppy is!!! :)


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pyratemom 12-29-2013 09:54 AM

I'd check the labels first, call an emergency vet if you have one. If the products were not poisonous then you will most likely just have a case of the runs after it digests. Have the Pepto bismol pills handy. My friends dog just ate a half a bar of soap recently. Since she has two dogs she wasn't sure which one it was so I told her to smell their breath. She also called the vet who said the type soap that it was wasn't poisonous so just be ready for the runs from whichever one it was. Hope your baby is okay.

doggiedad 12-29-2013 11:21 AM

i doubt hair mousse and scented body wash is poisonous
to a dog (in a small quanity). go to the E-Vet if you think
something is wrong.

dogs can open cabinets, doors, gates, etc.. keep things out
of reach even when they're in a closet or cabinet. you may have
to put an extra latch or eye bolt on the door. also make sure
your can't get into the trash can. i got rid of the floor model
trash can. i bought a small trash can than sits on top of the
refrigerator. i keep his kibble in the halway closet. with training
and age your dog will become house proofed.


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