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07-01-2014 09:43 PM
wolfy dog From which side of him did it come out?
07-01-2014 08:32 PM
jocoyn Happy dance! A good end to a potentially life threatening issue.
07-01-2014 08:31 PM
dclolinger Thank you for all the feedback I appreciate it. I found it today in his kennel! Really takes a load off my shoulders.
06-30-2014 05:04 PM
counter Paw Paw swallowed a wool knitted thick baby booty when we first got him. He kept the booty inside him for about 2 weeks before puking it up. He ate and drank like normal. No issues. The booty came out bleached of color thanks to his stomach acid. But it came out whole and didn't hurt him at all. We kept the booty in the baby book, as it was the booty our youngest daughter came home from the hospital wearing after birth. My wife hand-knitted it and wasn't too happy with Paw Paw, but she was happy he was OK in the end.

But yeah, it took 2 weeks to show up after it went missing. Craziness! Good luck.
06-30-2014 04:52 PM
Saphire
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Haaas haaaaaaaa thats awesome! Please tell me how much nagging was enough nagging

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The nagging is daily and ongoing. I do an underwear/sock search each morning before he comes out of his crate.

Carmspack Gus
06-30-2014 11:22 AM
Sunflowers
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Originally Posted by Saphire View Post
Gus is a sock/underwear magnet. Clean, dirty...he's not picky.

He has pooped out a few with no issues.

Carmspack Gus
Yep. This is the person I know whose dog pooped out a sock
06-30-2014 11:20 AM
misslesleedavis1
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Gus is a sock/underwear magnet. Clean, dirty...he's not picky.
It's taken some major nagging around my house to make sure no socks or underwear are left anywhere he can access.
He has pooped out a few with no issues.

Carmspack Gus
Haaas haaaaaaaa thats awesome! Please tell me how much nagging was enough nagging

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06-30-2014 11:18 AM
Saphire Gus is a sock/underwear magnet. Clean, dirty...he's not picky.
It's taken some major nagging around my house to make sure no socks or underwear are left anywhere he can access.
He has pooped out a few with no issues.

Carmspack Gus
06-30-2014 11:09 AM
Sunflowers Don't the Germans give sauerkraut in these instances?

I know someone whose GSD ate a sock, and it got pooped out.
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Old German Remedy: SAUERKRAUT, SAUERKRAUT and more SAUERKRAUT!

The Sauerkraut wraps around whatever they swallowed and you wouldn't believe what dogs have pooped out with Sauerkraut, preventing a major vet bill.

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You only feed it in emergencies. Not each and every day. The kraut wraps around the object and it passes through. Its been done for generations and has not killed a dog and saved thousands upon thousands of euros in vet costs.

If I have to chose between sodium and 2 or 3 thousand dollars in vet bills I chose the sauerkraut.

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06-30-2014 10:26 AM
misslesleedavis1 I once put shiiggies in the car to take her down to the vets and the kids were with me, one of them had a full supersize aro bar with strawberry filling unopened. Shigs yanked it out of of his hand and ate the whole thing wrapper and chocolate gone within the second. I told the vet what had happened and he said it was not enough chocolate to cause problems and the wrapper would pass but to monitor her poops and energy level. She did indeed pass the wrapper and was fine.
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