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    Well once again I start preparing the food for dinner.. And sneaky coco Chanel decides to sneak up and take the chicken drumstick.... I was going to start seasoning them and she sneaks up n grabs one and runs and hides under my table.. Now I'm concerned since I feed her blue wilderness puppy . Is this going to upset her tummy ?? I put her away in her kennel.. Am I disciplining her correctly or not ?

    I am afraid the drunk stick will upset her tummy.. She ate it all...

    Advice??

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    Default Re: Bad coco chanel

    It was raw? If she chewed it well she should be OK. It was before you seasoned it, right? Otherwise the seasoning might not sit well with her stomach.




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    She should be okay, but she might get the runs, or mushy poops. Just keep an eye on her, and maybe feed her less tomorrow morning to see how her stomach is handling it, and if she gets the diarrhea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisRN View Post
    It was raw? If she chewed it well she should be OK. It was before you seasoned it, right? Otherwise the seasoning might not sit well with her stomach.
    Yes it was raw. And It was before I seasoned it.

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    Default Re: Bad coco chanel

    if it was raw id think it would be ok. putting her in her kennel if probably what i would do to discipline if i had one. im not expert on bahavour though

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    if it was raw id think it would be ok. putting her in her kennel if probably what i would do to discipline if i had one. im not expert on bahavour though
    Ok. Im glad. She was all happy chewing it and eating it.. -

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    This is the second time shes done this.. her sneaky self.. It's funny in a way but its wrong ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by luis323 View Post
    Well once again I start preparing the food for dinner.. And sneaky coco Chanel decides to sneak up and take the chicken drumstick.... I was going to start seasoning them and she sneaks up n grabs one and runs and hides under my table.. Now I'm concerned since I feed her blue wilderness puppy . Is this going to upset her tummy ?? I put her away in her kennel.. Am I disciplining her correctly or not ?

    I am afraid the drunk stick will upset her tummy.. She ate it all...

    Advice??
    Well, if it upsets her tummy maybe that will teach her to leave her people's food alone!! LOL

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    Wow! What a ninja bully! How in the world did she manage that?! Lol!

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    Haha!! I'm sure you'll get great advice from others about the crate but I try , really hard not to use our crated for punishment. They go in and out of their crates on their own when they need their own time or space. If I'm going to be gone long I will put them in. It's kind of like their safe haven so I don't want them to think of the crate in a negative way. When we first found Lola she would scream in the crate but now she knows its her special place.

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    Default Re: Bad coco chanel

    I place my dog in the bathroom for time out when they misbehave. As to the chicken, I feed them raw chicken every day. Maybe she would prefer to be fed a raw diet, lol.
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    I'm sure the raw chicken will be fine.

    Might be time to push the food further back on the kitchen table. I know from experience with Linus that nothing can be left close to the edge. He puts his front paws up and either licks everything or attempts to pull it down!!!!

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