Chocolate toxicity would depend on the amount of chocolate ingestion and the type of chocolate, (the amount of theobromine is different from milk chocolate to dark chocolate and less in white chocolate). Furthermore, the severity would depend on the condition of the pet at the time of ingestion, for example, whether the dog has eaten chocolate with a full or empty stomach, the weight of the dog. Even without any signs, they can still get sick from fat and sugar, which can cause pancreatitis.
You must talk to your Veterinarian ASAP, and follow the vet’s instruction. Please use this toxicity calculator as a guide only
Dogs can potentially be exposed to a variety of chocolate and cocoa products like cookies, baking chocolate, cakes, candies, brownies, chocolate chips, cocoa powder, candy, chocolate chip cookies, ice cream, chocolate bars and cocoa bean mulches. It should be noted that most toxicity incidents occur around holidays like Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas. This is simply because, during holidays, chocolate is more prevalent in households, and cheeky paws may eat chocolate. Use this Calculator to figure out the toxicity level.