What do you do if your dog licks bug spray?
Treatment of Insecticide Poisoning in Dogs
In cases where the insecticide was ingested, it will need to be flushed out of your dog’s stomach. In most cases, this can be accomplished by inducing vomiting and/or through emptying the bowels.
Raid Ant and Roach Killer spray is safe for use around children and pets when used as directed. Its effective, plant-based formula is made with essential oils, including lemongrass extract and pine tree derived geraniol. Raid Ant and Roach kills different types of ants, roaches, and other crawling and flying insects.
What would happen if a dog licked raid spray?
If a dog licked the spray, it would need to ingest a considerable amount of the chemical for poisoning to occur.
The amount of poison ingested would depend on how many raids were sprayed and how long the dog licked it.
It’s important to know that different dogs are affected by chemicals differently, which means that each dog may react differently from another dog in this situation.
It will take anywhere from 15 minutes to 4 hours for symptoms to appear in your pet after ingestion.
These could include vomiting, diarrhea, drooling, or foaming at the mouth—all signs that something is wrong with your pup!
If you find these symptoms in your pet after they have been exposed to pest control products like Raid or other pesticides; contact your vet right away so they can begin treatment.
If the spray was still wet (i.e. just applied) potential complications from these sprays are an upset tummy (signs like drooling, vomiting) when it’s licked. So whilst it’s unlikely to be a problem at all – if Jodie is not behaving normally, is drooling, or vomiting, do take her to your local bricks + mortar vet for a hands on examination.
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