What Will Happen If a Dog Eats Petroleum Jelly?

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Petroleum jelly is not toxic to dogs. If a dog does eat some usually what will happen is they might get some diarrhea. If they got into the tube and ate some of the plastic container and are breathing weird or if they seem like they are feeling sick you might consider taking them to see a vet. 
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I think it's fine to use vaseline on your dogs paws. Vaseline acts as a laxative for animals but I don't think that small amount will hurt him. Source(s) Vet Tech.
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You would have to eat a lot of petroleum jelly for it to be harmful.
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You will most likely die due to the fact that you are not getting any macronutrients other than carbohydrates. But I could be wrong. Embed Quote
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Even small objects can stick in a dog's throat, making it unable to breathe. Choking requires quick intervention, and there may not be time to take the dog to the vet. There is a
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