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Old 12-31-2012, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Craziest thing your pup has eaten?

So of course puppies are infamous for eating any and everything that can get their mouth around. Has your pup eaten anything that worried you? A dead animal? Rotten food? My 5 month old pup ate a dead cockroach the other day. I was a little worried but he was fine. Just now he was in a ditch and had something in his mouth. I don't know if he dropped it or swallowed it. So now ill be paranoid for the next day or two. :/
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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When my pup was 8 weeks he was outside hanging out with me while I washed my car. When I was cleaning the wheel well a wasp dropped on the ground. He just ran up and picked it up. I was running away telling him to drop it, he kept coming closer to me. So I went inside and closed the glass door. He just layed down on the other side and started chewing away then swallowed. I watched him closely for the rest of the day to make sure it didnt sting his throat or mouth. He was fine though.
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Not technically rotten or dead when they started on it, but both Wiva and the crazy Golden/BC have caught and eaten moles/rabbits/critters.

Wiva tends to paw, stalk, and mouth bugs - no problems so far.

All of them have eaten rabbit/deer poo, sticks, mud, snow, an assortment of outside rubble....no problems so far except an occasional bout of diarrhea.

Watch him - if anything amiss, take him in.
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Grossest thing: horse poo, shavings and all

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Old 12-31-2012, 11:25 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Kylie has a thing for mechanical pencils. She has destroyed about 20 of them. She has also shredded 2 wooden pencils (not as many of those in my house).

She has eaten 2 wasps. The first time she ate a wasp, I saw her pounce on something, leap up backwards several feet in the air and then immediately pounce on something again. It was a wasp. I got to her just as she finished the wasp. She was a lot faster with the other wasp. She jumped up and snatched it out of the air and it was gone.

She has eaten poo that she has found while on a walk. I saw her get something out of the grass and then I tried to get it out of her mouth. I thought it was piece of bark. It wasn't. It was completely disgusting because it was very fresh.
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Fiona ate a bee that stung her tonsils. That was a $250 vet bill.


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