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    Default Re: Article: The Dangers When Dogs Swallow Foreign Objects!

    Great article Jeannie!

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    Great article. Our pug died at the age of only 2 due to complications from swallowing what we think was a spikey-shaped eraser. He passed it but it did so much damage to his digestive system that he was unable to recover. So from the beginning I have been obsessive with preventing Frank from eating foreign objects. So far we have been very lucky, usually he will spit something strange out. If I catch him spitting something out, I praise him and give him a treat.

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    I'm so surprised what they will swallow!!. I noticed my dog doing stuff like this but not bad stuff I guess.

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    Ive read this beofre... But its always a good refresher... Jeeze it so makes me wanna keep Daisy in a bubble!!!

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    Wow..
    great info.
    thanks

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    Thanks for sharing this. If Charley doesn't get better on antibiotics, I'm insisting on an X-ray.

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    My Betsy is on the path to healing from the ear of a teddy bear. It lodged in her intestine, started to rot yhrough the wall. 8 inches of intestine was removed and 2 days in the hospital. She is not out of risk for a few more days....I do not let her have toys when I am not home, so this was a complete shock to me....please, if there is a chance of a blockage, do not wait. Betsy acted normal up to the day she was close to death.

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    Somehow...this makes me feel better about my dog getting a nerf ball

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    Agh, I found this at the perfect time. Matilda is going to the vet TODAY to get X-rayed because I'm pretty sure one of my rings fell on the floor (it was on a table) and it is not there anymore... And as we have a billly goat in our house, there is probably only one place it could be

    She is acting and eating and pooping totally normally, but I'd rather be safe and check it out than worry about it later

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    Default Re: Article: The Dangers When Dogs Swallow Foreign Objects!

    Quote Originally Posted by hnhammond View Post
    Agh, I found this at the perfect time. Matilda is going to the vet TODAY to get X-rayed because I'm pretty sure one of my rings fell on the floor (it was on a table) and it is not there anymore... And as we have a billly goat in our house, there is probably only one place it could be

    She is acting and eating and pooping totally normally, but I'd rather be safe and check it out than worry about it later
    it is not in her!!!



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    Default Re: Article: The Dangers When Dogs Swallow Foreign Objects!

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    it is not in her!!!



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    The vet didn't find anything! Yay! She sent it to a radiologist to make sure, but it looks like she already passed it or never ate it (hopefully) to begin with!

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    Default Re: Article: The Dangers When Dogs Swallow Foreign Objects!

    Quote Originally Posted by hnhammond View Post
    The vet didn't find anything! Yay! She sent it to a radiologist to make sure, but it looks like she already passed it or never ate it (hopefully) to begin with!
    Awesome news!

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