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my dog ate some diff oil I dont know how much the bottle is empty and theres is a spot on the floor. DO you think is poisoness?? thnkas
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The answer is

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Call poison control
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I called and told them the name on the bottle it said sportwerks dii silicone blend oil. he ask me if it was clear and I said yes. he said i shouldnt have anything to worry about silicone is not toxic at all.
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it will probably just make him runny
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Most silicone products like diff-shock oils arent toxic from what i understand. Petroleum from fuel ect.. is.
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Clear silicone shock or diff oil shouldn't "really" poison you, aside from some "serious gastric disturbances".

Should you try consuming any silicone oil? Absolutely not. But as far as I know, it shouldn't cause horrible catastrophic problems, so I think your dog will be okay.
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THANKS GUYS! I not gonna say any names but someone(my better half) forgot to cage the dog before they went to work. he is a 8 month old pitbull and this was his first run of the house. ate my sons new shoes, diff oil, a couple of bras out of the dirty laundry(just nasty), and a role of toilet paper!
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that aint good
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My pittbull tore a bed mattress apart an xbox 360 controller a headset some old shoes and lots of panther tires didnt touch the proline.
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my dog ate some diff oil I dont know how much the bottle is empty and theres is a spot on the floor. DO you think is poisoness?? thnkas
Nope... same stuff used to make aftermarket body kits for women... you know, the bumpers in the front.
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I have a buddy that drank some (on accident, old shock oil was dumped in his pop bottle), and he didn't get sick... Other than an upset stomach.
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i am the buddy jason refered to......the sounds and smells coming from my person would have made a rat sick.....but other than the sounds and a strange fealing, i was good to go......i didnt stray from the facilitys, but no worse for wear
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Glad your dog is Ok!

Do tell us...


Was it 3000? 5000? 7000 weight oil? Does he now have more on power steering or off power when chasing cats?
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If it was a lite-weight diff oil it might cause his
rear end to unload. She is going to need a carpet
cleaner to take care of those burnouts.
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I hope it wasn't too heavy for the front...he might push out of a corner and run into a tree.....
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