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    Suegene is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultPork Roast? Coop can top that

    This weekend he ate one, possibly two boxes of hohos, including the wrappers, a box of entemann donuts, and the next day he ate 16 of those cookies with the pink frosting and sprinkles.

    Lets just say he was extremely sick. Luckily it appears that there is no blockage. He is still on special diet food to make sure the mail is moving.

    First day was #2 son's fault - second day was #1 son's fault. #2 got to miss out on helping to clean up the vomit.

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    This weekend he ate one, possibly two boxes of hohos, including the wrappers, a box of entemann donuts, and the next day he ate 16 of those cookies with the pink frosting and sprinkles.

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    Whoa! I'm craving a glass of milk to go with all that!

    Do dogs get a "sugar rush" like people?

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    DefaultRe: Pork Roast? Coop can top that

    I believe that dogs do get that sugar rush, along with a tummy ache and yucky stools.

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    HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!!!
    I hope you gave those boys a beating! :P Just kidding



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    DefaultRe: Pork Roast? Coop can top that

    whoa. Hoping he is okay.

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    whoa!!!!

    I hope Cooper feels better soon
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    Poor Cooper!!! Bad Sons!!! Hope his tummy is back to normal soon!
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    DefaultRe: Pork Roast? Coop can top that

    Whoooo! * * That's an awful lot of sugary goodness for just one dog!* Abby says she definately would not have tried that, although it does sound pretty gooooood.*

    The worst food theft in my house so far though, was Yeller. She ate 4 boxes of bran based cereals, all of varying volumes, a bunch of bananas and a loaf of bread with the wrapper. That was messssssssssssyyyyyyyy.
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    Yes they definitely get the sugar buzz.

    While the chocolate aspect was bad, the worst part were the wrappers, because thats what can cause blockage.

    Lets just say it gave the boys a pretty good scare. This is not the first time with the hoho's. They are no longer welcome in our house. The rules are pretty simple - when you leave the house, you scan the counters, make sure the trash is bungeed, and push on the pantry door. No food should be elsewhere in the house, and the gates should be propped. The whole process takes about 30 seconds. Even a 16 year old can handle that.

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