Our dog companions can sometimes eat pretty weird things. If your pet had a snack for lunch with soap, then he may symptoms of poisoning appear. After that you should show it veterinarian, as well as discourage him from hunting and appetite for soap with obedience training, and of course give it for a snack more healthy and tasty treat.
Consult your veterinarian
If your dog ate soap, whether liquid or solid, she, likely to experience an upset stomach, vomiting or diarrhea. Some detergents contain essential oils, which can cause drowsiness. Even worse, swallowed pieces soaps can get stuck in your pet’s gastrointestinal tract, which can lead to dangerous blockades. For these reasons, you show your dog to the vet right after she ate soap.
The veterinarian will be able to check for blockages and ensure supportive therapy in case of indigestion. He also can check for diseases like diabetes, thyroid disease, inflammatory bowel disease or malnutrition, all of which may be the cause your pet’s strange behavior.
Hide the soap
It is possible that your dog liked the taste of soap, so in this case, you should keep soap and other detergents out of animal access area. Put soap, including soap for hands inside cabinets when not in use. Close the door bathrooms and laundries, where it often lies in the public domain. You can also restrict your dog’s access to the kitchen. Without soaps in sight, provide your pet with a few chewable toys so he had something to do. Some puppies and dogs eat strange things just out of boredom.
Teach your dog basic commands, including give, drop, and “stand”. With these commands you can prevent eating. your pet has many strange things, including soap. Even in in case your friend finds soap, you can make him drop it immediately.
If your dog is just hungry and stuffs his stomach with soap, then give her some puzzle toys filled with delicious and edible appetizers. Low calorie snacks high fiber content will not only fill your dog’s stomach, but also relieve her of hunger for a sufficiently long period of time. Complicated toys will give your pet a job finding food, so he will not be able to eat all at once.
Soap poisoning in dogs is usually minor. Most dogs recover fully in a few days. Since detergents and soap already have a bitter taste, spraying them with various means with an unpleasant odor and taste will not be able to save them from eating a dog. Instead, it’s better to just keep them away from her. Do not punish and do not scold your dog, as this can increase its negative behavior. Instead clap it every time she tries to eat any soap, and immediately remove it away from it. Any once your pet eats something good, reward him praise.