I've been making pizza dough about an hour ago and a small piece dropped to the floor and my labrador of course ate it before I managed to clean it.
The entire batch weighed almost 700 grams (1.5 pounds) and contained less than a teaspoon of instant dry yeast.
It made sense to me this might be a problematic snack for a dog and indeed all Google results say this is extremely dangerous as the yeast don't die inside their stomach and just keep multiplying and bloating them up. But, it didn't mention whether quantities make a difference, and it seems like they should as I think there is live yeast on many foods and things in our environment and dogs or us don't get dangerously bloated all the time.
So if a medium-large dog ate perhaps less than 10 grams of dough which contained perhaps 0.01 to 0.02 grams of instant dry yeast, about 5.5 hours after their last meal (in regards to how empty their stomach might have been), is it likely to pose them danger or not? It is midnight here and I need to decide whether to be prepared to call an emergency vet; in the meantime my dog is sleeping.