My pet ate a cockroach! What do?

Signs for cockroach presence during an open house

The only realistic option you have after your dog or cat ate a cockroach is to observe for any unusual behavior. Cockroaches will not harm the pets but may cause allergic reactions in very rare instances. Dogs and cats do not eat the roach on purpose, but it is mostly accidental.

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Cockroaches do carry harmful bacteria and diseases, but most likely
nothing will happen other than a possible upset stomach for a little while. Pets do have the tendency to be attracted to roach bait due to their attractive odor that may incentivize cats and dogs to eat from the bait. This will not occur when you make sure that you buy a pet-proof bait container to prevent such incidents. When people stumble upon cockroaches, they do have the habit to spray pesticides and other repellants which
does get on the cockroach. When your dog or cat swallows a sprayed cockroach, nothing will happen because the amount of active ingredient needed to kill the cockroach is very little compared to the amount of active ingredient needed on cats and dogs to even make them feel sick. The best way to make sure that your dogs and cats do not eat cockroaches is to hire professional pest control technicians who are skilled experienced and licensed to tackle any infestation of any severity that may be present.
Pest control technicians are equipped with the right tools and knowledge to successfully combat cockroaches so that they no longer pose a problem by eradicating each and one of them. Furthermore, technicians will make sure that cockroaches are not able to pose a threat in the future by fully proofing and reinforcing your property when any susceptible for cockroach infestation is found. When technicians visit your premises, they will first of all conduct an interior inspection to determine where the cockroach are into hiding. They will conduct a comprehensive search and will check cracks, crevices, holes, furniture mounted on fixtures such as cabinets and cupboards to make sure that they are fully aware of their presence. Once
a complete picture of the severity is established, they will move on to creating a comprehensive treatment plan which they will discuss with the contact person. Any photographic evidence and results will be transparently shared to ensure clear communication. Next, is the actual treatment which the contact person will receive instructions on if needed to ensure a smooth process.