I woould advise you to call the company on the back panel and ask concerning the ingredients. I can't find the ingredients online. Make sure the ingredients do not pose a health hazard. Dryer sheets usually pose a problem ONLY from the aspect of GI impaction. So depending on how many they ate and how big of a dog they are........
I think you have a couple options:
1. Take them to the vets office-obviously what we would recommend
2. Induce vomiting-feed a couple slices of bread to help surround it and then give 1tbsp of peroxide every 5 minutes until they vomit-obviously do this outside if you can.
3. If you can't make them vomit and the ingredients are nontoxic then feed a cushion diet of bread, mashed potatoes, rice with a little boiled chicken
or beef-this type of diet is used to push things thru the system-feed it for 3-5 days and monitor the stools.
In any case you need to watch for evidence of obstruction......vomiting, not eating
, lack of stool production, belly pain.
Good luck and let me know how it turns out!!
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