I would take her to the vet and have an x ray of her gut done.
Please no more rawhide and no pigs ears.
Personal experience , one of my dogs (sire and dam) but bred by a friend, in top competition , many times high in trial at big well attended shows --- of course owner gives the dog pigs ears. Starts doing what you describe in your dog . Finally when the owner takes the dog to the breeders vet , x ray is done, surgery on the spot . Blockage confirmed but with so much of he intestine dead (necrotic tissue) , there was no way to change the outcome and it was decided to humanely end it right there while the dog was already anaesthetized . The pigs ear had saponified , a big slimy mess . Not the first time this vet had experienced this , nor the first time the manufacturer had experienced notification of this problem . They were very very anxious to pay for the surgery, expenses, replace the dog .
Those pigs ears are laminated , treated with chemicals , formaldehyde if memory serves me right , and if imported from China who knows what else , lead? arsenic?
Not to alarm you but for your own peace of mind have the dog thoroughly checked out .
Last year I did an experiment which I was going to post on the forum but can't download and put up pictures.
Some of you may recall this challenge.
I bought some rolled up rawhide strips from the local Dollar store . Bought a 2 litre container of Coke . Inserted the rawhide strip and kept it there for a month . I would look through the clear Coke container into the sunlight , without opening it , to see if the rawhide was dissolving. At the end we couldn't get it out , the whole thing was one swollen foul slimy mess .
Take your dog for a jog as a treat .
Vet visit first -- I think this is so important .
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