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kellie's cocker
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posted 01-01-2004 03:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for kellie's cocker     Edit/Delete Message
a push pin fell off my bulletin board my dog got it before i could get it. i'm very worried, do u think he well pass it on his own.

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kyles101
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posted 01-01-2004 05:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for kyles101     Edit/Delete Message
i think you should take him to the vet just incase. if it was very sharp it could easily pierce his bowels. if it was blunt it might pass but could still pierce him.

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posted 01-01-2004 10:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 3Dogsihave     Edit/Delete Message
There was a really good post on here not too long ago about what to do if your dog swallowed glass. It involved feeding your dog cotton so it would wrap around the sharp object, I think if you do a search you should find it no problems. Oh also agree with other post, you should take your doggie to the vet.

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Marcia McLean-Jasinski
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posted 01-02-2004 12:17 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marcia McLean-Jasinski     Edit/Delete Message
get him to the vet ASAP!

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Samsintentions
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posted 01-02-2004 07:19 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Samsintentions     Edit/Delete Message
Don't feed your dogs cotton!! This could lead up to more problems such as intestinal blockage, or choke them from hanging in their throat.

You need to take your pup to the vet imediately!! The intestines in a young dog are thing and have so many bends and curves, that its almost certain to peirce through. Your going to end up spending much much much more money if the dog does get injured from trying to pass it, than taking him/her to the vet and having it checked out or removed by them.

Please. don't wait any longer, take him/her now.

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kellie's cocker
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posted 01-02-2004 08:51 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for kellie's cocker     Edit/Delete Message
i did call my vet first thing this morning to see if he wanted me to bring him over, he said to wait see if he passes it, watch him closely for any changes, to call right away if there were any changes. so for now im waiting ......

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Marcia McLean-Jasinski
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posted 01-02-2004 10:13 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marcia McLean-Jasinski     Edit/Delete Message
Then my vet book say to feed a can of punkin pie mix will flush it out quickly. watch his belly closely for any swelling a sing of internal bleeding.

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posted 01-02-2004 10:50 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for MaydaysMom     Edit/Delete Message
I saw that post on dipping cotton balls into yogurt and that made me very leery. I would definately seek medical advice from your vet before giving them something else that could just make it worse. I would think that not only are you ended up with tears, holes and preferations from the glass or sharp object but you would also be causing a blockage....
Just seems scary to try on your own.

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kellie's cocker
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posted 01-04-2004 12:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for kellie's cocker     Edit/Delete Message
joey, my chocolate cocker passed the push pin today!!! i was never so happy to find it buried in his poop.!!!! no blood or anything around or near it!!!! thanks for all the replys!

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posted 01-04-2004 01:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Samsintentions     Edit/Delete Message
Oh we are soo glad to hear it!!! Yall are very lucky. I would keep anything sharp or small awa from him from now on.

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