You monster, the blood is on your hands
lemme guess your room's a complete mess and the dogs go everywhere, it's the best logical conclusion seeing that you left thermal grease out for a curious pet
Speaking as someone who thoroughly read the ingredients list on the tube of Arctic MX-4 that i bought last week, the material in it isn't toxic to humans in any way, though it's exceptionally harmful to marine creatures.
I'm not sure whether than immunity is extended to dogs
Find a poison control center and ask them. They'll be able to look it up for you. Or at least direct you to someone who can.
Seriously, why the shit are you wasting time asking us. Stop dicking around and get that animal some fucking help.
Goddamn spam filter won't let me post the emergency phone number, but if you're in the US, you can find it on aapcc.org at the bottom of the page.
Call professionals in your area, not a bunch of cunts on /g/, you fucking retard.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
>Underclocked hair length, keep it short so less temps
>10 years old
>Shit audio drivers, can't hear anything
>Overclocked a tad on the weight at 21.2lbs
>Energy balance set at lazy, well mannered.
9/10 he's pretty gud.
however long the curing time is (pretty long time because its arctic silver 5, a.k.a. shit)
you have around a week to spend time with your dog, OP :o)
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BANDWAGONING PIECES OF FUCKING SHIT
Thermal paste isn't really toxic, so it should probably pass on through, so to speak. Though it could possibly cause fatal obstruction, so go to the vet, your poor pooch needs xrays at minimum and hopefully not expensive surgery.
I guess you're right about that, but silver isn't as toxic as lead or mercury.
In large doses, silver and compounds containing it can be absorbed into thecirculatory systemand become deposited in various body tissues, leading toargyria, which results in a blue-grayish pigmentation of the skin, eyes, andmucous membranes. Argyria is rare, and although, so far as known, this condition does not otherwise harm a person's health, it is disfiguring and usually permanent.
Dog thread? What kind of dog do you boys got? Weimaraner master race here.
nah his dog will turn blue like that guy that drank nothing but silver water.
would it be in bad taste to rename the dog "silver"?