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    I remember when our old dog ate a fishing hook, needless to say that required an over night stay at the vet.

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    The only thing my dog ever ate was my ex's phone. I was secretly pleased 😀

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    When our furry boy was a pup (hes 15 in human yrs now) & i was on the pill we came home to packet all over the house, he'd eaten a whole months worth bar 3.....had to keep an eye on him for the next 24hrs & make sure he drank heaps to flush his system but he was all good, jumping around as if it never happened 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolly99 View Post
    The only thing my dog ever ate was my ex's phone. I was secretly pleased
    As in swallowed or chewed it up?

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    5 pkts of rat sack. Chewed and eaten. Vet said it was enough to kill an elephant. She also ate the plastic container it was stored in as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onionskin View Post
    5 pkts of rat sack. Chewed and eaten. Vet said it was enough to kill an elephant. She also ate the plastic container it was stored in as well.
    Oh my goodness! And your pet was ok??

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    Default Things your pets have eaten and shouldn't have

    We recently adopted a beagle and we discovered she'd eaten about 10 small Easter eggs, foil and all from the centre of our dining table! Climbed or jumped up and helped herself!! DH kept an eye out for her all day, worried sick and she was absolutely fine!
    She also will eat socks and undies if we leave them somewhere accessible!

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    We have a lab, apparently it's pretty normal that they are greedy guts' he will eat everything!
    DD's crocs were the first to go, started with just chewing, then they went missing- until I saw them in pieces in his poo. As a pup it was DD's footwear we most had to be careful of. When we go for a walk literally anything that is on the path if he gets to it before I see 🤢

    We're extra carful with what we leave lying around because he is such a guts.
    Although it can be cute, when I am coming back from the veggie patch he is always extra good so he can get a cucumber/tomato/zucchini, he loves fruit too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TandR View Post
    Oh my goodness! And your pet was ok??
    After being given medication to induce vomiting. It was awful. And yes the silly dog lived and died a natural death of cancer many years later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onionskin View Post
    After being given medication to induce vomiting. It was awful. And yes the silly dog lived and died a natural death of cancer many years later.
    The induced vomiting is awful, I had terrible morning sickness when our dog had her chocolate binge and I ended up vomiting with her. Our vet is part of our friendship circle so that was how he found out I was pregnant.


 

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