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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Nighteyes, Feb 8, 2012.
X-ray shows squeaky toy in stomach of hungry Labrador puppy | Mail Online
Im just glad he was ok!
If im honest those toys look quite obviously to small for the dog - :nonod:
I would never give Millie anything that small in proportion to her.
Lets hope the owners learn this time as they obviously didnt after it happened the first time. :nonod:
Completely agree, toys are way too small for that dog, you must get toys that quite large otherwise that will happen, i would even give those to my 5 month pup.
Its true :nono:
Was gonna say those toys look too small for a dog that size. The first one he stole from another dog though so wasn't his. Glad he's okay, let's hope he doesn't swallow anything else!
They do look too small for the dog - hopefully it was an expensive lesson! I helped the vets remove a ball from a dogs stomach once - just as he opened up the intestine there was this smiling face staring back - it was a ball with a face on it!!!! - certainly made the vet laugh anyway!! I've seen pine cones, golf balls, stones, bits of shoe, a large pair of lacy knickers, socks to name but a few things that have come out of dogs - a good few were spaniels I hasten to add!!!!
Not sure why it is news! As Alexart says it happens a lot.
A dog that we took on as an adult had swallowed his previous owner's car keys. He threw them for him to find after dog training one night. He couldnt get home till the vet had operated!
Oh dear! Although I've yet to meet a dog that comes close to my old boy Benson - who ate an entire LIGHTBULB