By now, you may have noticed a lot of funny dog stories circles around the internet. And, you might admit it that your dog has done one of those things. As crazy as it looks, dogs are initially born with this kind of crazy attitude. Sometimes they are silly, and the other day they are lazy. Still, you’ll never know when things will shock you, just like Chloe, a dog who wants to become fabulous like her owner.
It’s been a long time since the story was around online. However, this trend is becoming alive each year, as many dogs continue to follow this style. The story starts when Chloe thought of having a pretty makeover and thought of rocking any shades of cosmetics.
Luckily, this dog is not afraid to showcase the thing that she needs. After the crime, the dog went over to her owner with the whole lipstick brushed on her face. As Chloe’s owners talk about what happened, the dog doesn’t seem to care at all. It feels like Chloe was feeling confident and fabulous all by herself. The dog then dropped a half-chewed lipstick from her mouth onto the floor while looking at her owner.
While Chloe might be able to survive this scenario, many of the people are concerned about this. Some owners immediately post on online forums about “Help!!! my dog ate my lipstick, what should I do?”. You can say that this might be the funniest and silliest thing any dog could ever do. It made all dog lovers and owners freak out!
But, what should you do if, in any case, your dog accidentally eats your lipstick? First of all, you need to keep in mind that there are makeups that are non-toxic. If you think your dog has eaten one of those, then you shouldn’t worry about that. Additionally, each brand has a different chemical form. It’s safe to say that your dog would be excellent if the brands you use contain toxic-free ingredients. However, if you see something wrong going on after days of chewing that lipstick, you better head on to the vet and get your dog checked.
In reality, it might not only be the lipstick that your dog will eventually eat. At times, as they mature (especially during the teething period), you need to observe them as much as possible. In this case, it might be your lipstick that will get chewed and or your other makeup. It is vital to keep away those brushes, mascara sticks, and makeup pencils because this could certainly harm your dog at all costs.
Overall, there’s nothing much to worry about if your dog chewed some of your lipstick. But, it’s still a case to case basis matter. Even if you know that your makeups are non-toxic, it’s better to have them checked with the nearest vet clinic. It’s not wrong to make your dog feel fabulous at some time. But, remember that everything has limitations. So make sure to set the limit and make your dog feel happy at the same time.
Do you want to see exactly how Chloe looks? See this video below!