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Tina   Detroit, Michigan

11/3/2014 12:36:20 AM

My dog got ate a from pack of ground beef. An he just recently ate something random and vomited large amounts of grass. Omg

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Alisha   houston, Texas

6/14/2013 8:43:34 PM

I have two pointers, and they have thrown up tree bark, the yarn inside toys, plastic parts of the toy, my daughters underwear, and just recently my husband pulled a full paper towel out of the rear of one of them that was hanging out. What can or do I do? In desperate need of help, I don't want them ending up in the hospital for abdominal surgery.

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

3/6/2013 3:52:15 AM

My daughter's dog is a lab that will eat anything and so far everything she has eaten has not cause problems and she has passed them without problem. It is a continous monitoring issues, her older lab does not have this behaviour. Thanks for publishing this article.

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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

12/24/2012 10:22:02 AM

Very interesting article. thanks

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morgan - 38762   nicholasville, KY

7/2/2012 1:17:21 PM

my dog will sneak into the "big dog food" and eat until we catch him. sometimes his stomach gets so big all he can do is lay down and whine.

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Rangerup   Evansville, IN

5/14/2012 7:39:19 PM

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tara   randolph, NJ

2/7/2012 7:48:21 AM

My 10 1/2 year old Golden has always had a penchant for eating greenery & then vomiting. Recently, we've been staying at our summer home that has a lack of greens (no indoor plants or grass outside). She ate carpeting one time, then the handles off of a nylon bag. This resulted in surgery for stomach obstruction, as well as carpet removal from her intestines. She is recovering from surgery today. My vet suggested that she may suffer from indigestion or some reflux & eats inanimate objects to try to bring it up. The vet is putting her on Pepcid. I am hopeful this will help. She also recommended a basket muzzle for times when she's unsupervised. --What are your thoughts about leaving a dog alone with a basket muzzle? Thanks.

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

8/8/2011 11:40:52 PM

I have two dogs with voracious appetites. They would eat till they dropped. But thankfully they don't eat non food objects.

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