Bullies eat just about anything they can get in thier mouths. You will want to watch for signs of vomitting, not eating, not drinking, swelling, straining for a bowl movement, or if she starts acting extremely unusual. As parents of bullies, we all try our best to keep them out of trouble but sometimes it just happens, so don't beat yourself up. My girls have eaten so many things (crayons, socks, sticks, rocks (yeah, try to get all the rocks out of their reach,,,,,not happening) shoes, wall edging, curtains, books, stuffing for toys and pillows, shower curtains, barbie arms and legs, etc. The list is endless what my girls have eaten in their quest to destroy their house (yeah, its theirs, I think I am the tenant). Just watch her for a few days and it should pass, keep the vets number on stand-by just in case. My girls are two and four plus the great dane (Ralph) is 2, and Austin the Catahoulia is 1. Eyes must be on them at all times or they will play tug of war with the lawn furniture; Ralph decided to drag the lawn mower across the yard the other day because it was bothering him and Amber just loved the opportunity to attack the wheels once it was turned over. My point: you just have to watch them and hopefully everything will be ok. Good luck!