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Old 04-11-2017, 08:55 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Yesss ... all I'll say is ... goooo Boxers/Bully's!! I still have a basket full of full gutted stuff toys!! I buy them ... the dogs gutted them ... that's was how we rolled.

The hard squeakie toys ... my Struddell would luv, to nibble off a corner to squeak them??? And while they were fully functional ... she was so annoying!

It would be squeak,squeak,squeak,squeak,squeak,squeak. And when finally I'd had enough, I'd say "Struddell!" She looked walk over to me, sit and the toy still in her mouth ... she'd "say" Sqqquuueaakkk??? Sigh ... whatever ... she'd de-squeak it in a bit anyway, soooo ... whatever.
Lol. We must have twins. As soon as Zuke surgically removes the squeaker he walks around the house squeaking all day.
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I'd be very careful about some of the cheap toys. There are synthetic yarns that the dog can't digest. They can stay in the stomach, and not move down into the intestine. My vet gave a drug that forced projectile vomiting after my dog ingested quite a bit of yarn from a cheap drugstore squeaker toy! The yard won't show up on an x-ray like a squeaker will.
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I'd be very careful about some of the cheap toys. There are synthetic yarns that the dog can't digest. They can stay in the stomach, and not move down into the intestine. My vet gave a drug that forced projectile vomiting after my dog ingested quite a bit of yarn from a cheap drugstore squeaker toy! The yard won't show up on an x-ray like a squeaker will.
My neighbors dog(ridgeback) ate a whole bowl of sausage peppers and onions, they called the vet and apparently a small amount of hydrogen peroxide was what the vet told them to make him throw up immediately. Hadn't heard this before but probably cheaper than a vet visit or any type of drugs.
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I'd be very careful about some of the cheap toys. There are synthetic yarns that the dog can't digest. They can stay in the stomach, and not move down into the intestine. My vet gave a drug that forced projectile vomiting after my dog ingested quite a bit of yarn from a cheap drugstore squeaker toy! The yard won't show up on an x-ray like a squeaker will.
WOW ... that sounds scary, glad he was OK! Most likely I've just been lucky with puppies?? None of mine ever ate the stuffing they pulled out. They all seemed to like the fluffy white stuff strewn evenly across the living room look.
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My neighbors dog(ridgeback) ate a whole bowl of sausage peppers and onions, they called the vet and apparently a small amount of hydrogen peroxide was what the vet told them to make him throw up immediately. Hadn't heard this before but probably cheaper than a vet visit or any type of drugs.
Hmm did not know that?? But mostly the "Onions" were the main casue of concern?? AFAIK, onions are toxic to dogs.
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WOW ... that sounds scary, glad he was OK! Most likely I've just been lucky with puppies?? None of mine ever ate the stuffing they pulled out. They all seemed to like the fluffy white stuff strewn evenly across the living room look.
He just ate it because there had been a struggle with the Airedale next door, and he wanted to make sure she didn't get even a thread of his toy. Another time she ate a sham they'd been fighting over, but she ended up having it removed surgically
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I am so sorry I never responded to this. The brown bear is exactly what I was talking about! When we brought Talos home you could tell that it was enjoyed by him and his siblings (which was our point). He doesn't chew on it much right now.. he's been more interested in tennis balls, squeaky balls and chewing/biting on mom (yes this is something we desperately need to work on).

Last night however he gave it a good trashing and it's still intact (he is only 9 weeks old though)
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