I would at least call the vet. See what they say. I am a worrier so that is the first thing I do when anything happens.
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Has he pooped at all since he ate it? The danger with cooked bones is that the splinters can cause damage going down and coming out, and larger pieces may cause blockages. (Hence my first question).
I'd call the e-vet and see what they say, and try to keep him hydrated.
I would definetly call the Vet or the E-Vet now. Sorry you and Brody have to be going thru this; but at least they can tell you what to do and if you need to bring him in asap. Please let us know how you make out. I'll keep good thoughts going for you guys.
You are doing all the right things: Bread, watching him, etc. But that drooling makes me nervous too, especially since that's not usual for him with his upset tummies.
I think you should go to the e-vet. I'm sorry! I hope everything turns out well!
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I think an X-ray is in order to make you and Brody feel better.
I would definitely be at a vet today with him. :-\
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I try to stay out of giving medical advice threads, but it seems that you are seeing enough to warrant letting a vet take a peek.
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How is Brody doing?