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    Big chunks ripped out of his rope toy. Then he threw it up and ate it again.
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    Fat cat will eat too fast and throw it up, kitten will eat it.
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    My friend's Bassett Hound ate 2 sticks of butter off the counter! We left them out to soften for baking. Apparently things were "slippery" after the butter. LOL!

    My Doxie ate the stuffing out of one of her soft plush toys. It passed safely. I was glad she didn't try to consume the squeaker that was in that toy.
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    I have a dog that's eaten lightbulbs, nails, glass, socks, and DRYWALL...damn dog seriously ate a hole in a flat wall...
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    Ella ate her dog bed when she was a puppy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Figgychick View Post
    I have a dog that's eaten lightbulbs, nails, glass, socks, and DRYWALL...damn dog seriously ate a hole in a flat wall...
    How is that dog alive?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medic2Doula View Post
    How is that dog alive?!
    He's the dog version of this guy. And his bicycles. And his plane.
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    How is that dog alive?!
    I have no clue. Damn dog is resilient. And the light bulb thing was insane. Literally set the light bulb down to go throw the old one away, in that 30 seconds, the new bulb was "lost"...in my dogs mouth..
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    A previous coworker of mine, her dog would eat anything. Bones, sticks, rocks; seriously anything. This has resulted in him needing to have several emergency surgeries. She cages him while she's at work, but living with her grandmother, gma would let the pup out and he'd get into stuff. But she lives on her own now, so that's not an issue anymore.

    My dog likes to eat pads from the bathroom garbage can. DH sometimes leaves the bathroom door open after he showers and Loui sneaks in. When I had my cat, he'd eat the litter. We cant let him get ahold of soft plastic bottles. Like the walmart ones, the aquafina or other name brand ones are fine. The soft ones he will eat.
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    When our dog was a puppy, she ate a shard of broken glass. Scared us to death but she was fine....we just watched closely for it to come out okay..

    Then when our son was a toddler and decided he'd "potty in the yard" like the dog, she ate the evidence.
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