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|11-19-2012 12:39 AM|
|Lucky Paw||You are in for alot let me tell you i left my dog alone for 1 hr to find 10lbs of rice, my plant, the broken pot full of dirt,and a full gallon of water all broken mixed in my kitchen floor. cleaning that sucked ... he was in heavy time out|
|11-12-2012 07:13 PM|
Originally Posted by apenn0006 View Post
|11-12-2012 06:22 PM|
|huntergreen||rule#1, never trust a dog to guard your food. also translates to, don't trust your dog around people food.|
|11-12-2012 05:29 PM|
|msvette2u||Bacon has far too much fat and sodium to use it as a raw food.|
|11-12-2012 05:28 PM|
|apenn0006||Mine stole a couple of CheezIts the other day when I ran into the grocery store. I figured the only worry here would be the excess protein giving diahrea but I didn't realize it could pose that much of a problem. I had always heard that raw was ideal over kibble. I always feed my dog a morsel or two of raw beef or chicken when I am cooking dinner. Is that seriously something to worry about?|
|11-12-2012 05:13 PM|
|billsharp||He's trying to tell you he wants to be fed raw.|
|11-12-2012 02:32 PM|
pancreatitis can still occur. the levels of fat in the meats would be enough to do it.
As to slowing his gut down...people forget that diarrhea occurs because the body is trying to rid itself of something that shouldn't be there!
When you try to slow the gut down, you're working against the body. The sooner the excessive fat/meat gets out the sooner the dog will feel better.
It'd be better (in this case) to have diarrhea and get the stuff out, than keep it in and have it be flooding the dog's bloodstream with fat.
|11-12-2012 12:14 PM|
|11-12-2012 11:59 AM|
My dog, for the very first time, grabbed something off the counter. My trustworthy 4 year old now is a food theif. She ate a two pound stuffed pork tenderloin that I had just placed on the counter as the oven was preheating.
I called the vet because I read somewhere that I should have made her vomit. The vet was not available but called me the next day. She was not concerned because port tenderloin is lean, but she said the best thing would have been to make her vomit right away expecially if she ate a high fat/high salt item. Also told me to make sure she drinks, a lot.
She also mention pancreatitis and I should watch for bloody stools and the dog vomiting, neither of which happened.
She didn't even have loose stools.
|11-12-2012 11:28 AM|
|MurderedAsRX||Well gave both kayopectate and pumpkin last night and his poop just now was solid so he seems to be doing fine. Some stuff on the Internet said to be worried about pancreatitis? Any validity to that?|
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