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    DefaultHow concerned should we be ?

    Josie has been trying to eat grass since yesterday. She has not been eating like she normally does either. She didn't eat any of the food we put down for her this morning. And I ended up putting some chicken into her food dish tonight. Any ideas ? Thanks in advance for any input. By the way I haven't been here in awhile and the site looks great.

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    DefaultRe: How concerned should we be ?

    Did she eat the chicken? Both of mine graze like cattle, so I don't have any advice about the grass eating. Hope Josie feels better soon.

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    DefaultRe: How concerned should we be ?

    She did eat the chicken and most of her food but all of the chicken

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    DefaultRe: How concerned should we be ?

    Murphy eats grass to make himself throw up. If she is not eating, even chicken, I would take her to the vet asap.

    We just went through this and it was an obstruction. He ate a rock. We were extremely lucky that he pooped it out. He vomited for 2 days though and would not touch his food.

    Good luck with Josie. I hope she feels better soon!

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