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    dragona is offline Member
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    Defaultspare rib bone and odd behaviour

    Last night Vito (or rather the CAT) got into the bin and I heard crunching - he had managed to get the (cooked) spare rib bones out - I dont know how many he had, maybe two or three.

    He seemed fine today but this evening he suddenly crawled under my bed and did not want to come out. Something he never does - he never ever goes under the bed, always on it. I tried to coax him out for a good 10 mins with some kibble but he just looked at me. I left them on the floor and came downstairs. Five minutes later he followed and is now on the sofa sitting behind me. He just looks strange. Or am I imagining things because I know he had the bones?

    OMG he has just come off the sofa and I made him spit out another piece of rib bone the cat had hidden .

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    DefaultRe: spare rib bone and odd behaviour

    Just watch him for any vomiting or runny poo. Dutch pulled some out of the garbage a few weeks back and couldn't swallow them fast enough when I cam after him. He was fine; just keep an eye on him.

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    DefaultRe: spare rib bone and odd behaviour

    It might be time to call the vet and ask them what they want you to do.



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    DefaultRe: spare rib bone and odd behaviour

    Quote Originally Posted by labby
    It might be time to call the vet and ask them what they want you to do.
    Good idea!!! You know your dog best; if you think he's acting strange; prolly best to get it checked out.

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    DefaultRe: spare rib bone and odd behaviour

    Well ok I did call the vet and he was bloody useless - he just said to wait and see. But Vito seems absolutely fine now - my paranoia I guess!Am alwaays on the *look out*
    No vomiting, poo normal !!

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    DefaultRe: spare rib bone and odd behaviour

    Glad to hear everything is fine!!

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