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Guest MorganKonaAlex

I came home tonight to find my foster-with-intent had somehow opened the cabinet the trash is kept in. There were remains of a whole cooked chicken in there. There is no sign of it now. I assume she ate the whole thing. Is this something where I can just watch her or does she need to go to the EVet? She seems fine at the moment.

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hang tight, someone who knows the answer will post soon. I think they usually say to feed bread to cushion the bones, but hang on for a real answer.

 

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I'd feed a couple pieces of bread and just watch her. Usually these things pass without incident. Really isn't anything the e-vet could do except watch her, either.

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No cause for an evet unless she shows obvious signs of distress.

 

Unproductive vomiting, straining when she poops. Dogs have eaten lots of things they shouldn't, so she'll probably be fine.

 

She might have some diarrhea though, so I'd also watch for that.

 

 

I find it's the girls who ARE the challenge. I speak from experience ;)

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