Cocktail stick

(10 Posts)
Fusillage Tue 04-Aug-20 22:05:11

So glad I am not alone grin I feel like a terrible pet owner! Although perhaps with slightly more money, tinsel, kebab sticks and underwear. For now....

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Motorina Tue 04-Aug-20 17:56:40

Tinsel.

Goes through largely unchanged. And, as it's stringy, needs assistance.

Dogs are vile. Glad yours is okay.

IrmaFayLear Tue 04-Aug-20 17:14:40

Awwwww. The things I found in my gr’s poo... 2 x £2 coins was a highlight. Who eats pound coins?!

The roll of Christmas wrapping paper was a big trauma - it eventually snaked out - almost useable...

The pair of dd’s stripey pink pants which were heaved out in the middle of a cricket pitch.

Three stomach pumps at the vets...

Floralnomad Mon 03-Aug-20 22:29:20

Oh that’s good news , dog ownership is a delight sometimes .

Fusillage Mon 03-Aug-20 22:11:12

It did not but good news, she pooped it out. I found both pointy ends and what I think was most of the middle. I can now add 💩 checking to my list of firsts grin

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Floralnomad Mon 03-Aug-20 12:49:59

Did the cocktail stick have a sausage attached when she ate it ?

Fusillage Mon 03-Aug-20 12:31:21

Thank you both. We are still waiting and watching closely for signs anything is untoward. She seems fine at the moment.

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Yokohamajojo Mon 03-Aug-20 11:17:02

Please make sure the vet monitors, our one almost died after eating a kebab stick!

Floralnomad Mon 03-Aug-20 09:41:21

@Fusillage how is the dog this morning , what did you decide to do ?

Fusillage Sun 02-Aug-20 21:05:20

Hi,

Our 6 month old golden retriever puppy has just swallowed a cocktail stick. Vets have said surgery or (and this is what they would do for their dog) wait and see, with regular meals to help cushion on the way through. I am so worried - anything else short of surgery we can do at the moment? We’re away (and it’s Sunday) so canned and pumpkin is not an option...

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