Hello, welcome to JustAnswer! I am a licensed veterinarian, and I'll be happy to help you in any way I can.
If only the cream was eaten, and not the tube itself, the overall degree of concern is low.
typically, we can see stomach upset, and increased thirst /increased urination, for a couple of days.
if the tube was eaten whole, then we have to worry about a blockage in the digestive tract.
which is a far more serious situation.
Ok, the tube was chew and had holes in it, but I believe it ingested more of the cream than the plastic
ok, not likely to be a major worry, then.
be sure to have plenty of water available.
Ok. So we do not have to induce vomitting?
I would not suggest it.
Thanks for your help.
you're very welcome. Best Wishes to you both :)