Drama Queen

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  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 2,665
    oldrocker wrote: »
    2020 not starting off that great.

    It appears, Drama Queen Miss Hazel decided to eat the remaining Christmas candy.

    The little santa shaped white chocolate covered peanut butter goodies.
    Ate about 10-12 of them. Vet says since it's white chocolate instead of dark with peanut butter she should be ok. Probably throw up a little bit which she has.

    Might hurt some coming out as she ate the wrappers also.

    D'oh :(

    Ha my pup once ate a dozen chicken wings with the bones. Also had a couple fun size chocolate bars. Thankfully never hurt her a bit.


    However she gets a little thread in her mouth from her chew toys and lord she acts as if it's her last day on earth.
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  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,326
    Chicken wings eh?

    Apparently your pooch is smarter than mine..

    I told my wife that I did NOT eat all the candy, now I can prove it.

    Ah, small victories.... B)
  • butterbeanbutterbean Posts: 228
    Hopefully not the runs. Very unpleasant 🤭
  • charley96charley96 Posts: 109
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    Mine never attempted to take one when the better half made Xmas cookies.
  • verbverb Posts: 10,203
    edited January 4
    Aw man sorry about Drama Queen @oldrocker ! Let us know how it works out. On second thought, don't! :smile:
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  • verbverb Posts: 10,203
    edited January 4
    So that reminds me of our dear Tina (now in Heaven), a Yorkie, about 4.5 lbs total weight.

    Well one evening I forgot to put away a jumbo pack of beef jerky, and left it on the coffee table in the family room. Tina was not caged, but we cordoned off the family room while we are away.

    So off to work, when we got home, and somehow she managed to get onto the coffee table, and eat all of the beef jerky. A 2lb bag no less! So how did she fit 2lbs of delicious beef jerky into her little 4.5lb body?

    Well, she would eat until full, then barf everything out, now her stomach was empty, and she then proceeded eat more! And repeat! Again and again! :smile:

    There were about 20 piles of jerky vomit all over the carpeted floor. OMG!

    The bag was empty.

    What a mess! Not long after that, we ripped out the carpet and put stone tile down there.

    We sure do miss Tina! Loved that dog! :smile:
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  • shawn474shawn474 Posts: 3,130
    We bought a jack russell terrier the week after we got married; her name was Zoe. She was literally the best dog ever. She lived until she was 16 years old and then we had to mount her down. Worst day of my life.

    Anyway, during her last couple of years we decided to rescue a JRT mix breed (his name is beans). They became best buds and would get mischievous in the back yard. Our young daughter decided to take out the recycling one day and accidentally put the can that we store all the stove top grease in the recycling bin. We freeze it so it was hardened. It was strange because they both would BEG to go outside multiple times an hour. Well, when we were awakened at 2 am to both dogs experiencing uncontrollable explosive emissions we knew something was up. It wasn’t until the next morning and about 5 more accidents that we figured out they had both eaten the grease out of the can. This lasted about 4 days and they were as miserable as we were........we laugh about it now (well I do - my wife still gags when she talks about it)!!!!!
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  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,326
    Other than being a bit moody for being pinned up in the laundry room last night, she seems to be fine so far.

    What a goof ball... :D
  • daboyzdaboyz Posts: 5,029
    They make bowls for dogs that eat too fast. Kinda hilarious the first time you watch them est but it works. @pitdogg2
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 16,587
    daboyz wrote: »
    They make bowls for dogs that eat too fast. Kinda hilarious the first time you watch them est but it works. @pitdogg2

    yep seen them and have used them. Chester just picked it up turned it upside down and went to work. Flat rubber livestock bowl and water works great for him and he keeps it in the bowl.
  • machonemachone Posts: 1,237
    I had two dogs eat an entire chicken that I had taken out of the oven to cool. I didn't need to wash the dish it was so clean.
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  • mrbigbluelightmrbigbluelight Posts: 7,928
    Not long after that, we ripped out the carpet and put stone tile down there.

    .....and Tina, having learrned her lesson, rests eternally beneath the cold stone tile in the kitchen aka the Vomitoreum.

    😳

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  • verbverb Posts: 10,203
    edited January 5
    Not long after that, we ripped out the carpet and put stone tile down there.

    .....and Tina, having learrned her lesson, rests eternally beneath the cold stone tile in the kitchen aka the Vomitoreum.

    😳

    God Bless her soul, yes! :smile: Just for the record, she lived a long life after that incident!
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  • EndersShadowEndersShadow Posts: 17,098
    edited January 5
    Could be worse.... my dog chewey keeps digging under my fence (new thing he just started doing after 12 years)....

    I’ve spent most of winter putting cinder blocks in his holes and he’s still escaping lol
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  • butterbeanbutterbean Posts: 228
    Places to go, people to see, butts to sniff!🐶
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