Gorilla Glue Premium Brand, Elmer's Probond
After being exposed to moisture, this product is able to expand to many times its original volume. If ingested in its liquid form (e.g., by licking up a spill, a towel, or item being glued) it can form a hard "foam-like" foreign body, generally in the stomach. An obstruction of the digestive tract can then occur.
Not determined for dog and cat.
Enlarged abdomen, bloated in appearance, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, anxiety, vomiting (perhaps with blood), hyperventilation, labored breathing, lethargy. If only very small amounts are ingested, an irritation of the gastrointestinal tract can occur, which may cause vomiting loss of appetite, and abdominal pain.
Inducing vomiting is not recommended as the mass could become lodged in the esophagus or could enter the lungs. Seek veterinary attention.
General treatment: If a foreign body occurs, the recommendation is to surgically remove it. The use of bulking agents to push the foreign body through the gastrointestinal tract is generally not successful. The bulking agent can become trapped in the glue formation instead of helping to push the foreign body through. The induction of vomiting is not recommended.
Supportive treatment: IV fluids and IV antibiotics as determined by veterinarian.
Specific treatment: Unavailable.
Remove pets from areas in which the product is being used and clean up all spills immediately.