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      04-12-2019, 03:41 PM   #1
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Arrow Dog ate glass, surgery in progress. WHY. Anyone have any good dog stories?

We got lucky with our boy Apollo, he's going on 5 years this year without any stupid moves. Kara, our new pup, is another story. She will eat ANYTHING. And this has truly been proven this week. They knocked over a little glass and she ATE the pieces like they were candy. Couldn't believe it. She passed some of them through without issue but a number of them wouldn't leave her stomach so she's in for surgery to get the rest now, to the tune of $8,000.

I've had dogs eat all manner of things, chicken skewers with the skewers, cigarette butts, shit, etc... but glass?????? It was a decorative glass too, never used so no food smell, I'm still baffled.

Anyway, anyone have any good dog/pet stories to share while I'm waiting to get this dumb fluff back from surgery?

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My lab swallowed a super bouncy ball when he was a pup, had to be surgically removed. Luckily he was already scheduled to be neutered, Vet said for a few extra bucks he will take out the ball. Funny enough the Vet came out after the surgery and walked up to the wrong family with the ball in hand. You should have seen their faces when he told them "this is the ball I removed from your dogs stomach".
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I adopted a boxer years ago that had eaten a smoke detector. God knows why that attracted him. Also a box of chocolate, which can be dangerous. Diet of rice only for several weeks, post-op, and he was fine.
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We had cooked a few pork tenderloins and had one full tenderloin leftover that was sitting in the fridge. It had been sitting there for days, and we decided it might not be safe to eat.

So I gave it to my Lab, whole, just tossed it in his food dish, thinking he'd chew it up into chunks as he ate it.

Unfortunately, my Lab (as smart as he is in most things) is retarded when it comes to chewing. He doesn't get the concept. He took one or two test bites to gauge something (who knows what) and then proceeded to swallow the pork tenderloin whole like an idiot.

He looked a little uncomfortable with the swallowing of it, but by then it was too late for me to yank it out of his throat, so whatever. But it blocked him up good - he was constipated for days. Should have seen those back legs and his butt just quivering as he would try to pinch one out. I think it was about three days before he could poop again.
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I adopted a boxer years ago that had eaten a smoke detector. God knows why that attracted him. Also a box of chocolate, which can be dangerous. Diet of rice only for several weeks, post-op, and he was fine.
My Boxer ate a bar of Ivory soap and a face cloth.....I called the poison control number about the bar of soap....when they finished laughing they said he'd be ok besides soapy smelling vomit and runny shit. The face cloth was vommited up.

He also would eat the wet naps out of the diaper pale.....he'd then be shitting them out and I'd often have to pull them out of his ass, which worked remarkably like the dispenser they started in.

Our Golden Retriever Buster ate a 1lb solid chocolate easter bunny, including the box. Another time he ate a 64 Pack of crayons crayons including the sharpener.

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My lab swallowed a super bouncy ball when he was a pup, had to be surgically removed. Luckily he was already scheduled to be neutered, Vet said for a few extra bucks he will take out the ball. Funny enough the Vet came out after the surgery and walked up to the wrong family with the ball in hand. You should have seen their faces when he told them "this is the ball I removed from your dogs stomach".
Did you find that he bounced more when thrown after eating the ball???

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I adopted a boxer years ago that had eaten a smoke detector. God knows why that attracted him. Also a box of chocolate, which can be dangerous. Diet of rice only for several weeks, post-op, and he was fine.
Ok, eating a smoke detector, that's a new one lol. Chocolate is scary, I also had a dog eat a fuck-ton of grapes (poisonous to dogs) at one point.

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We had cooked a few pork tenderloins and had one full tenderloin leftover that was sitting in the fridge. It had been sitting there for days, and we decided it might not be safe to eat.

So I gave it to my Lab, whole, just tossed it in his food dish, thinking he'd chew it up into chunks as he ate it.

Unfortunately, my Lab (as smart as he is in most things) is retarded when it comes to chewing. He doesn't get the concept. He took one or two test bites to gauge something (who knows what) and then proceeded to swallow the pork tenderloin whole like an idiot.

He looked a little uncomfortable with the swallowing of it, but by then it was too late for me to yank it out of his throat, so whatever. But it blocked him up good - he was constipated for days. Should have seen those back legs and his butt just quivering as he would try to pinch one out. I think it was about three days before he could poop again.
Jesus that's actually kind of scary lol. I was instructed by my vet to feed Kara extra to help the glass move along, so I gave her a "chicken pot pie" treat. Which is a small circular treat about the size of a half dollar and a half inch thick. My other dog chews these nicely and enjoys them. Kara ate the fucking thing whole, I'm not even sure her teeth came into contact with it, and she immediate started gagging. I freaked out for a moment thinking about how I can't do puppy-Heimlich on a dog with glass in its stomach, and then she was fine. This dog will be the death of me lol.

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My Boxer ate a bar of Ivory soap and a face cloth.....I called the poison control number about the bar of soap....when they finished laughing they said he'd be ok besides soapy smelling vomit and runny shit. The face cloth was vommited up.

He also would eat the wet naps out of the diaper pale.....he'd then be shitting them out and I'd often have to pull them out of his ass, which worked remarkably like the dispenser they started in.

Our Golden Retriever Buster ate a 1lb solid chocolate easter bunny, including the box. Another time he ate a 64 Pack of crayons crayons including the sharpener.
The wet naps thing is just nasty lol. I've definitely pulled a few things out of dog-anus. It's always a fantastic ways to meet your neighbors.

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Gave one of my Labs a nibble sized piece of country ham...about an hour or 2 later, he was on the floor basically lifeless. Rushed to the doggo ER and were told that basically all of his systems were crashing due to the high concentrate of sodium. This was years ago and he's fine. Both he and his bro are still kickin' and happy at 13 years old.
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Our lab swallowed a whole pack of Orbit Gum (contains Xylitol), that was a fun visit to the Vet ER at night before a night shift so he could have vomit induced and held overnight. The only other thing was him eating a strand from a rope toy that was about 2-3 feet long, we'll just say we had to assist with the removal of that on the other end. Never forgetting that one.
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Those dog’s are cute as fuck. Good luck with the surgery.

Not a particularly good story, but I had a pup die on me when she managed to rummage into the trash can and eat chicken bones. Still feel pretty terrible about it.

On a lighter note, I slept on the floor one night with the puppy. I half woke up cold the next morning and felt a nice warmth next to my feet. I thought it was the puppy. I kept rubbing my feet in the warmth because it felt good.. I abruptly woke up an hour later to a bad smell and the puppy just staring at me. He ran away and it was when I got up that I realized I had shit all over my feet and shit was smeared all over the floor.

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My doxie was a puppy while I was building my house. I had to pull screws, nails, snipped wire, utility knife blades, insulation, drywall, wood, etc., etc., etc. out of his mouth. He thought he was fast, but I had to be faster. He likes pinecones and splintery sticks, which I've had to pull deep out of his throat when they've gotten wedged In his airway. I can only give him hard toys, because he feels the need to dissect anything shreddable, especially if there's a squeaker prize inside. He's going on 5 now, trustworthy at last, and knows he can't touch anything – not even food – that's not his.
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*UPDATE* She's out of surgery and everything went well! She's on puppy-drugs all night at the hospital and we can take her home tomorrow night. Thanks all for the support!

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Our lab swallowed a whole pack of Orbit Gum (contains Xylitol), that was a fun visit to the Vet ER at night before a night shift so he could have vomit induced and held overnight. The only other thing was him eating a strand from a rope toy that was about 2-3 feet long, we'll just say we had to assist with the removal of that on the other end. Never forgetting that one.
I've heard some horror stories with Xylitol.... And I know the rope toy life well. I stopped giving my dogs rope toys lol.

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Those dog’s are cute as fuck. Good luck with the surgery.

Not a particularly good story, but I had a pup die on me when she managed to rummage into the trash can and eat chicken bones. Still feel pretty terrible about it.

On a lighter note, I slept on the floor one night with the puppy. I half woke up cold the next morning and felt a nice warmth next to my feet. I thought it was the puppy. I kept rubbing my feet in the warmth because it felt good.. I abruptly woke up an hour later to a bad smell and the puppy just staring at me. He ran away and it was when I got up that I realized I had shit all over my feet and shit was smeared all over the floor.
Thanks! She did great.

So sorry to hear about the pup that passed

Amazing story about rubbing your feet in shit though, I can't even imagine how much that sucked to wake up to lol

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My doxie was a puppy while I was building my house. I had to pull screws, nails, snipped wire, utility knife blades, insulation, drywall, wood, etc., etc., etc. out of his mouth. He thought he was fast, but I had to be faster. He likes pinecones and splintery sticks, which I've had to pull deep out of his throat when they've gotten wedged In his airway. I can only give him hard toys, because he feels the need to dissect anything shreddable, especially if there's a squeaker prize inside. He's going on 5 now, trustworthy at last, and knows he can't touch anything – not even food – that's not his.
Christ she's not quite that bad LOL. We definitely need to break her of this habit though, it's clearly super dangerous. Glad yours turned around eventually.
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OP- I'm glad your pup's going to be okay! andman, those are some cute pooches!

When our Cav King Charles was 8 months old he was sick all day barfing, eating grass diarrhea like you couldn't believe. When his ass bust loose with blood we took him straight to Animerge (our 24 hour clinic)

We got there, they went all out to scare us into giving them carte blanche for all kinds of tests, basically wanted a blank credit card with no limit.

I told them to "stop at $2000 because that's what he cost and I'll get another healthier dog". I didn't really feel that way but they really pissed me off. The look on their faces was worth it. I think they wrote "monster" in my chart

Our bill was $1899 for them to rehydrate him and diagnose him as having HGE (delicate eco system). He had 2 more bouts of HGE in the next 3 years but our vet was open and it was under $150!
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Over the past 20 years, we've had 3 Portuguese Water Dogs. They can be a very curious, mischievous, strong willed breed, and sneaky. Over that time one or the other has consumed the following: dryer sheets, my wife's knee high socks, a whole rotisserie chicken, whole loaf of French bread, whole box of raisin bran, whole box of chocolate cake mix, multiple clean / new tampons out of the box, shredded and eaten multiple rolls of toilet paper, multiple hard back and paper back books, multiple magazines, a foil packet of decaf coffee, about 2 lbs of rawhide chips in one sitting... The list goes on and on. Fortunately, after the first trip or two to the vet, we learned that a little hydrogen peroxide will make them throw up if it's something that's really harmful. Usually the worst after affect is a day or two of diarrhea. However, there's nothing quite like chasing after your dog, trying to grab and pull out a dryer sheet or sock that's sticking half way out their butt!

The best though was when the dog ate the certificates for a foursome at a local, exclusive golf course, that I paid $400 for at a silent auction for a local charity.
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Op I'm so sorry this happened to you. It's a horrible feeling when a member of the family is under knife, no matter what caused it. The others seem to be good at picking puppies too, so I think I should share my history of owning pets.

This is going to be a monster post. You think eating glass is stupid, well meet the members of my graveyard posse, Halli, Jesse, Tessa, Rubert Atahualpa, Hippu, Heppu, Rabies Alfonso, Kissa and my wallet.

Halli was a Finnish spitz. That's a breed known for picking a master and sticking to their guns. Halli was my grandma's dog, who taught me how to walk and who walked me to and from school every day. While waiting, he used to go around impregnating poodles and shit like that, but he was always on time back on the school yard to fetch me when I got out. He hated everyone and feared no one.

One day, when I was seven, we were walking home when a huge, mountain sized Rottweiler attacked us. I'm not exactly sure since I don't remember a thing about the whole day (I got chewed a bit and I hit my head hard) but the shop keeper who saw the whole thing told the cops I had tried to wrestle the other dog down, and I had repeatedly headbutted the attacker to get him off of my dog. His walker had had an umbrella with her I guess cuz apparently that ended up saving our lives. Halli had an ear torn off almost completely and half of his belly was chewed but he made it through 10 hours of surgeries , a lost testicle and for the next 8 years of his life he was basically glued to me.

My grandpa went to his grave still bitching me about the cost of the surgeries, but my dad had told him that if he puts down the dog, I would put him down. At least my dad knew me.

Jesse was a delightful little shit. He was a karelian bear dog mix and his hobbies included stealing fish. His first act as a member of our family was to steal the fishes our neighbour was grilling. I shit you not, I spent hundreds while paying off amateur fishermen who ended up as victims of my bandid. He knew how to open locks and he once even walked into a grocery store and stole... a fish. For 13 years I got calls about him. He was extremely well trained but when it came to his hobby, he was relentless and unstoppable.

At that point I should've learned my lesson and stop fucking having pets but I'm a little slow.

The only thing I bought when I moved out from my parents house was Tessa. She was a first born of a rescue dog I trained as a kid and her speciality in life was birds. An owl attacked her and she almost lost her eye, an other owl attacked her and she almost lost an other eye (incidentally, those are the only times in my life I've seen an owl in the wild), she almost drowned while attacking a duck, a swan broke her leg, she ate a feather pillow and shat feathers for a week, a rabbit bit her in the ear and she needed glue for her injuries, she almost drowned more times I can count, she once climbed to a tree and I had to call the fire department because my back was in shambles and I couldn't save her myself.. she is by far the most expensive thing I've ever owned and I fucking hate all birds.

She was very well trained, sadly by me.

Anyway...

Since I have kids and I turned out this well thanks to having pets, I thought this tradition is something to pass on. That's why we've always had bunnies and and dogs and that has been a great combination for my wallet.

I don't think locking animals up in cages is good for them so we have bunnies hopping along in our home while dogs are around. You'd think that with my hunting dogs and with my stupid ass dogs, the bunnies would be the ones at risk but no, of course not.

My dad used to say I could train any dog to do what ever I wanted, except my own. Those I could train too, except I couldn't cure them form their obsessions. I have zero skills at training bunnies and sadly those little shits have ran our houses for 15 years now.

Hippu was our first bunny. Her hobbies included scaring the fuck out of our dog, Tessa was trained to take down a grown ass man but that bunny spent years terrorizing the dog. When the dog stole her carrot, the rabbit bit the dog so badly we ended up at a vet. The rabbit also liked to hop around the yard so Tessa had to guard it and save her from beasts, usually birds, and we ended up always at a vet. Our second bunny, Heppu, pushed our dog Rubert to a cactus and he almost lost an eye because of it. The same bunny also pushed Rabies down the stairs and we ended up at a vet.

Kissa, my gs also had a theme. She used to steal food and then puke and shit herself to a near grave. Her speciality was eggs, she pretty much did anything and everything like climbed to get to nests to get them and then she spent a night at a vet and learned absolutely nothing. She broke into cabinets to get to those too and while she was alive we had to stop storing eggs at our home . That charming.

I think I was supposed to give you hope and comfort in your time of need but now I'm pissed off again . Why couldn't my dad just lie to me and tell me we have allergies and keep me away from animals. This is all his fault. Fuck my life.
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My parents had a Weiner dog that swallowed the raw chicken attached to a fishing hook. That was a hell of an X-ray.

Schnauzer brought down an entire chocolate bunny. There was poop for days it seemed. White carpet and liquid bunny...bad times.

Not an ingestion story. My chocolate lab had a complete knee replacement not all too long ago. We went on a kayak trip down the river and hit a small rapid. She started leaning to the left, so I leaned to the right to counter. Right as we hit the rapid, she leaned to the right and we dumped the boat. Poor pup's leg got caught on the boat during the roll and now she's robo dog. Nothing slows her down!
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I was an explosive dog handler in Iraq back in 04. When they blew up the Green Zone Cafe a leg flew into our compound and my dog Rex was running around the yard with the leg in his mouth like it was a trophy.
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      04-13-2019, 11:55 AM   #21
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My doxie was a puppy while I was building my house. I had to pull screws, nails, snipped wire, utility knife blades, insulation, drywall, wood, etc., etc., etc. out of his mouth. He thought he was fast, but I had to be faster. He likes pinecones and splintery sticks, which I've had to pull deep out of his throat when they've gotten wedged In his airway. I can only give him hard toys, because he feels the need to dissect anything shreddable, especially if there's a squeaker prize inside. He's going on 5 now, trustworthy at last, and knows he can't touch anything – not even food – that's not his.
I was scrolling down thinking to myself, I'll bet that guy with the brown short-haired dachshund posts something. Weiner does will eat ANYTHING!!!!

Our first dachshund Bella has eaten: a pen cap, a chapstick tube, cigarette butts, a massive pile of diarrhea in the park, a dead squirrel, a dead bird, my bluetooth headset, a shoelace, and probably 100 other things I cant recall.

Most recently we were on a little road trip down to Portland with the dogs. We stopped for coffee and I pulled my invisalign trays out so I wouldn't stain them brown with the coffee. Tossed them in the little door panel cubby. We stopped to see a friend briefly and left the dogs in the back seat. Came back to the car about 15 minutes later and found Bella sitting on the drivers seat munching on my lower invisalign tray. It was completely destroyed. Had to have the dentist order up a replacement and it set me back 3 weeks.

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Sorry about your pup. Hopefully a speedy recovery for her!
I have a story from a couple years back though that will make you cringe LOL.
I went out one night and left my dog at home to sleep in bed alone as usual. Wasn’t planning on being gone for more than a couple hours so usually she gets free roam of the house anyway as she’s never been known to get into anything and is always super well behaved.(lazy sleeps all the time mutt) Anyway, I get home later and I walk in to find what looks like a murder scene all over the carpet. I freak out check out my dog no cuts scratches anything. Wtf? Turns out my roommate had feminine products in her bathroom trash can that my dog managed for find and eat... ugh
Ended up with a $200 trip to the vet to induce vomiting so the cotton wouldn’t mess up her stomach. Epic fail.
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