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    DefaultAnyone's dog eat bed stuffing?

    Foam kind? or Foam.. something foamy?

    Did it pass? how long?

    Anyone had to have blockage removed? what were the symptoms? was it surgical? AM I GOING CRAZY?

    maybe..


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    Teddy has eaten foam from a dog bed, polyester stuffing from a dog bed, and a crate pad, he has eaten stuffing from toys, a large piece of his kong, etc. Usually passes the next day. Makes for some fluffy poos. Now the only toys in the house are nylabones.
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    Abbey did this:





    The stuff looks like popcorn. It was one of those orthopedic beds from Sam's Club. I don't think she ate a LOT of it, but there were little pieces in her poop for a day or so.

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    Okay.. so i don't think ate it then.. it was an ortho bed, too.. i thought maybe she had some and it was stuck.. but allie pointed out if she had a blockage, she wouldn't be eating and she'd be more uncomfortable.. and since she hasn't pooped any out.. that probably isn't it.


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    Normal symptoms of a blockage: lack of appetite, lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea (sometimes), no BMs (sometimes)

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    Yeah, she has had none of those.. just this hacking cough that gets worse when she's excited and some random reverse sneezing.

    Xray on wednesday.


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    Misha has eaten all the un-edible things you can imagine, including several beds. Luckily evertyhing either passes through or she throws it up afterwards. The only toys they don´t eat are the hardest nylabones. I don´t leave anything with them unsupervised anymore except for the nylabones.

    She´s already 3 and last night she ate a small aquarium gravel rock... unbelievable!

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    Cinder has had an obstruction that she needed surgery for. There is no missing that, don't worry. She had diarhea followed by vomiting. She was then so weak that she collapsed when she squatted to pee.

    But the leash handle that was part of her obstruction had been missing for weeks and the toy that was the other part of her obstruction had been gone well over a week, closer to two. They were not recently missing.

    Her symptoms don't sound like an obstruction to me. Atleast not from our experience.

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