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01-12-2014 04:32 PM
Magwart
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Originally Posted by Stevenzachsmom View Post
LOL! Have one now and had one in the past. BOTH beagles. Go figure. HA!

Yes. My BLIND GSD with his crazy nose for mischief has an iron gut.

I've lost track of the oddball stuff he sneaks off to steal -- some of which is downright dangerous. We've had to Blind-Dog-proof the house--not because of him stumbling obstacles but because of THEFT--he'll abscond with anything that's not nailed down if it smells interesting (and he smells things that my other dogs never notice). I once found a can of Yoohoo, stolen from the bottom shelf of the pantry, on his dog bed while he was happily slurping it through the hole he made in the can with his teeth. And another time he opened up the bar and pulled out a box of cheap red wine. He was in the process of chewing it open when I busted him. Crazy Cajun dog.

My vet (bless him) has stayed after hours more than once to make sure this crazy dog was okay after he ingested something weird.
01-12-2014 04:23 PM
Jax08
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I've had my dog eat a whole big bag of the nestle morsels. The vet said that since its not the high quality chocolate he would be fine. Its the quality chocolate that is dangerous.
The higher cocoa content is the dangerous stuff for them. And the cocoa mulch.

Milk chocolate has very little chocolate but it also depends on the dog. Another dog could have eaten that Easter basket and ended up at the vet.
01-12-2014 04:10 PM
Nigel
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Originally Posted by Stevenzachsmom View Post
Couldn't get the video to work so I found this one on YouTube, think its the same, very clever.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_ym0rxi...%3D_ym0rxisOpw

I don't think they're dumb, a bit stubborn and sneaky though. Ours would climb the wood pile, a good 7-8' high. It was stacked under our carport next to our garage, she would wait for the tweety birds to seek shelter in the open rafters and eat them.

Looks like quite a few of you have "sweet tooth" dogs as well, all that Easter candy, those big Hershey's kisses are huge, you'd think it would do something, diarrhea maybe, geez. Why would butter be bad, salt content? The chocolate ours ate was "Whitman" or something like that, pretty cheap stuff, probably not much real cocoa.
01-12-2014 02:57 PM
stmcfred I've had my dog eat a whole big bag of the nestle morsels. The vet said that since its not the high quality chocolate he would be fine. Its the quality chocolate that is dangerous.
01-12-2014 02:54 PM
Eiros
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Anyone ever have an indestructible dog? One that could eat a full box of assorted chocolate (2 tier) or a pack of xylitol containing gum and not suffer so much as a hiccup? Our beagle was like this, crazy dog.
I know a dachshund that's eaten a whole stick of butter, a bagful of Easter candy, and misc other items like ice cream, cinnamon rolls etc without any ill effects (at the time anyway, it obviously didn't benefit his overall health).Crazy!


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01-12-2014 02:48 PM
Stevenzachsmom For Nigel......And some people think beagles are dumb.

What My Beagle Does When We Are Not Home, Beagle Gets Into Hot Oven The Epoch Times
01-12-2014 02:43 PM
carmspack tells you that it wasn't good quality of chocolate !
01-12-2014 02:29 PM
Jax08
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Anyone ever have an indestructible dog? One that could eat a full box of assorted chocolate (2 tier) or a pack of xylitol containing gum and not suffer so much as a hiccup? Our beagle was like this, crazy dog.
Us! We had a Boxer that would eat an entire Easter basket full of chocolate and not flinch. Those big hershey's kisses? GONE. We finally had to lock them in rooms overnight. No matter how high we put them, he would get to it before the kids.
01-12-2014 02:25 PM
Stevenzachsmom
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Anyone ever have an indestructible dog? One that could eat a full box of assorted chocolate (2 tier) or a pack of xylitol containing gum and not suffer so much as a hiccup? Our beagle was like this, crazy dog.
LOL! Have one now and had one in the past. BOTH beagles. Go figure. HA!
01-12-2014 02:04 PM
Nigel Anyone ever have an indestructible dog? One that could eat a full box of assorted chocolate (2 tier) or a pack of xylitol containing gum and not suffer so much as a hiccup? Our beagle was like this, crazy dog.
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