Swallowed a plum stone. And it's gone!


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Dec 9, 2016
Seattle, WA
United States
Bulldog(s) Names
King Louie, Jax (French Bulldog), Ella Mae and Darla Rae
Ozzie (owned by a close friend) is staying with us for a few days. We have to pick up everything in our house that could be eaten...no matter what it is. We were visiting him at his home a few years back and when we left I was missing a sock. About 2 months later, he puked it up. How does that sock survive the stomach acid for 2 months? How did Ozzie survive for 2 months?
I remember getting a text with a pic and caption...
"missing something?"
...begs the question,
What pleasure could any Bulldog(any dog, any animal) get from swallowing a dirty sock?
Those were my questions too! I had brought home two “pull” toys made up of these fabrics intertwined which are supposed to be a safe alternative to rope toys. Louie literally ate one and it sat in his stomach for 2 months. What I’m the world possesses them to eat such things!!

Here’s the photo and it took me awhile to figure out what it was and then it popped in my head. They unraveled at some point while in his stomach. I immediately threw the other one away.


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BubbLee’s mom

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Feb 16, 2022
Bulldog(s) Names
BubbLee aka Bubbs
Well, my smart boy stole a large plum and ate the whole thing. I am concerned about the stone that we are pretty sure he ate too. I have not experienced anything like this before so what do I need to look out for, apart from the obvious when he goes outside. Arghhh!
one of my bullies, Jiggles, ate a corn cob some years ago. It took a few days, but it passed in chunks. Not pretty and I’m sure there was some discomfort for him, but he smiled when he was done. E0E833DE-C8CA-42AE-972E-7441ACECFBCC.jpeg

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