We are here to help and assist not to judge; as stripped down as my house is Amber and Ruby will still find a way to chew on something or swallow the occassional sock or better yet the cats toy mice. Watch them closely and as many have said hopefully it will pass. You will be on poop patrol for a few days and if things get worse take your baby into the vet. Since he is eating that is a great sign; I usually give mine small portions of rice with the pure punkin and some ice cubes for water. Try to calm down and just watch him for a bit and it should pass. I too freak out, Amber has eaten so many things in our house and my husband being the calm one looks at me and says, "this too shall pass, one way or another." Stay calm as possible good luck and we are saying prays for you and him. Keep us posted on his progress.
I need to have patience... I'm a huge freaker outer. Keep the hydrogen peroxide info on hand. It's probably going to come in handy sooner than you think. My little one will eat anything that's not nailed down. Except for frogs, she likes to bring those into the house and then let them go.
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Update: He pooped out the rest of the bone just now. His poop is still pudding-like but I have a feeling his tummy might be a little upset from the whole ordeal so it may be a few days before it solids up again. Until then we're feeding boiled chicken and rice to help settle everything down. You can tell he is feeling much better now that, that bone is out of his system and I told my mom no more treats without asking if he can have them first, just to be safe. I told her if she wants to give her grandog a bone, to find a bigger bone, MUCH bigger lol.
Yes, I've told everyone, no more rawhides are allowed in my home. They're way to risky.
I'm so glad the rest of the bone is gone... Hopefully he will be back to normal soon!!!
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Yeey, I'm so glad for you it's so stressful not knowing what's going to happen I don't think anyone on this forum will be judgmental I know I've messed up more than once, it happens I found two of mine chewing a glass light bulb they found in the garden (have no clue how it ended up there), totally freaked out and cried like a baby while on the phone with the vet, lol. It's now many months ago and they're fine, don't think they swallowed any glass... but I was a mess for a couple of weeks This forum got me through it<3
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You'll find there is much more support & compassion here than judgement, with
bullies, anything can happen at any time no matter HOW vigilant and EBN strives
to help with advice, understanding & caring...we really, really care!
I've banned all toys that are soft, have squeakers, rope...really just hard Nylabones
& Kongs and those types of balls as well, all very large sizes. No rawhides or bully
sticks, pigs ears, etc Thank goodness I have control over my house (no kids) and
Cami is almost 6 ...however...she has a thing with eyeglasses and will chew them to
bits. *Sigh*...Always something with a bully...GOD bless <3
My 1st bully, Brutus
RIP beloved boy.
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