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    Default My Piggy Lab (dog!) ate a muffin case

    Ds was eating a homemade muffin outside and my dog gobbled down the muffin case. Do you think he'll poo it out ok?

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    Was it just one of those paper cases?

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    He'll be OK...the muffin case will digest
    My pup used to eat pebbles and the bottom of her stomach felt like the bottom of a fish tank! She pooped them all out with the help of a fur ball laxative

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Degrassi View Post
    Was it just one of those paper cases?

    Yes. But he didn't chew it

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    My Labrador (who is now 13) has eaten socks and undies (i mean swallowed whole) and they came out! He has also eaten plastic containers, a whole rotting fish on the beach and all sorts if stuff I have chosen to forget! labs are terrible when it comes to eating stuff

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    Oh my! At first I thought you were talking about those silicone muffin trays!!! I was very concerned.

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    My lab puppy is 2 and eats so much stuff he shouldn't. Full boxes of tissues. Takeaway coffee cups. Mr 18 months tshirts. They hands down eat anything!

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    Yeah it will come out no worries. Our lab ate a whole box of crayons - it just left rainbow poo all over the lawn for a few days

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Yeah it will come out no worries. Our lab ate a whole box of crayons - it just left rainbow poo all over the lawn for a few days
    Ah that's the best!

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    Mine ate a CD once! Apparently The Cure are delicious! He also had a good go at my first iPhone, three couches, DH's wallet and belt... Yep anything! Bloody labs!


 

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