Thanks very much for the information.
Chlorpyrifos is an organophosphate insecticide, an older class of insecticides which can be toxic for dogs too.
No observable effects of drug toxicity were when amounts less than 0.03 mg/kg/day were ingested, or less than 1.09mgs in an 80 pound dog.
Signs of toxicity from Chlorpyrifos occurred at 1 mg/kg or ingesting more than 36mgs in an 80 pound dog.
The first effects are usually respiratory and may include bloody or runny nose, coughing, shortness of breath, and wheezing due to constriction or excess fluid in the bronchial tubes. Skin contact with organophosphates may cause localized sweating and involuntary muscle contractions. Eye contact may cause pain, bleeding, tearing, pupil constriction (small pupils), and blurred vision.
Systemic effects may begin within a few minutes or be delayed for up to 12 hours. These may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, dizziness, eye pain, blurred vision, constriction or dilation of the eye pupils, tears, drooling, sweating, and confusion. Severe poisoning will affect the central nervous system, producing incoordination, loss of reflexes, weakness, severe lethargy, involuntary muscle contractions, twitching, especially of the tongue or eyelids, and eventually paralysis of the limbs and the respiratory muscles. In severe cases there may also be fecal or urine incontinence, irregular heart beats, unconsciousness, seizures, and coma. Death may be caused by respiratory failure or cardiac arrest.
In some cases symptoms can be delayed and we may see neurologic symptoms as much as 1-4 weeks later.
In order to determine how worried you need to be you need to figure out whether she ate more than 1mg of chlorpyrifos. If not she should not show symptoms of toxicity from that. Did she eat more than 1mg?
Unfortunately because she ate plastic too it isn't safe to induce vomiting at home.
The chances of tearing her esophagus or stomach as it contracts to force the sharp plastic pieces out is much too high.
My hope is that she at least chewed the cubes up well before she swallowed as that will make passage a little easier.
I'll be back with information about how to ease plastic through her gastrointestinal tract.