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    I could be wrong too. I often am.

    Found this. It is a bit murky and needs clarification I think from a mod.

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/dogforum-...vertising.html
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    Im going to tell you a long story here... bear with me... hope its ok...

    I came home after going out for a few minutes to the local shops to Dooee acting like 'omg Mum they have done something really naughty'.. looked around couldnt see anything .. 5 mins later Dooee was still acting like they were all going to get into trouble... I said to my son (who was about 12 at the time) their is something wrong they have done something bad look for evidence... which we did, and looked for ages... could find nothing... settled down to normal day to day stuff... and Dooee was still acting weird, and getting worse... he was shaking hunched up in the corner... I said to my son... keep looking something is def wrong... after about an hour of searching we found a jar of cream cheese... (this Jar had been in the bin broken in bits) ... the glass was totally clean of any trace of not only cream cheese but the broken bits of glass also... at the time I had three dogs, two females.. Snappa and Jewel (Jewel had been mated and we wernt sure if she was preg or not) and Dooee... I rang the vet who of course said, bring them all in we will need to xray them... a couple of grand later and Ravin who was the baby at the time had eaten all the glass bits and had to have her stomach opened to take the bits out... I will attach a photo of the bits here or in the next post... it was pretty scary... Jewel was actually preg and all the pups were given glass in their names..... I thank DoG that Dooee was on guard that day and kept telling me something was wrong...
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    Now THAT is scary.

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    Geebus Kimbastaff! I agree with Di, that would have been scary.

    Re the sig advertising - I have never been on a site where you can't put a url link in your sig. I have always had my rescue url (when I had the rescue) and never thought to ask anyone... in fact, I am sure I had it here.
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    Those absorber pads at the bottom of the meat tray. My baby 7-week old mastiff gobbled two right up at a big BBQ we threw, before anyone could stop him. And, then, again 6-months later. And, then, the wolfie did it last year. I swear, we do put them in the bin and try to keep the dogs away from them :P

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    Sticks, bones and a variety of strings ... all not much fun when they come out on either end So far a few tablespoons of vegetable oil have always done the job though *sigh*

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    When I was hospitalised at 7mths pregnant for two weeks , I came home to a very excited heeler. So excited was he that he threw up a ball of worms the size of a softball. I have never seen anything like that before. I didn't realize I'd missed enough worming tablets for that to happen. Years on we don't miss one now.
    As for other things parts of tennis balls, wrappings he's stolen from the bin, rope chew toys. Most of his teeth are ground down now so it doesn't happen as often.

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    Glass - can't top broken glass

    Though some of the bone fragments my dog has vomited or poo'ed in a shower of yuck - look like that, sharp edges and all.

    so we have had return to haunt us...
    cooked chicken bones
    uncooked and undigested chicken wing - can never look at pink cake frosting again
    uncooked lamb and beef bone spikey fragments
    strapping tape - can be extremely expensive to get out if it causes a blockage
    balloons
    glad wrap and chicken bones (bleagh). A lot of this stuff cost me money at the vet to get vomited back...
    pegs, including ones chewed into spikey pieces - returned from both ends of the dog.
    bits of football, sneaker, ugg boot, thongs (rubber footwear not undies), sox, paper, kleenex, great wads of rawhide bone - gone straight through with no detectable change.
    tennis balls.
    bits of old plastic baby bath. No idea why she occasionally decides to chomp a bit of this off. It's holding a couple of pot plants.
    I think my dog has been bitten by the swing top on the bin. She occasionally looks at it wistfully but never tries to stick her head in. Anything really attractive (and dangerous) to a dog, I put directly into the sulo bin.
    She refuses to eat mice - dead or alive. Probably a good thing.
    Also not keen on dead birds as food but loves the perfume/skin treatment. Sigh.
    She does like a bit of cat poo. Cats mostly don't get a chance to crap in the back yard anymore so this doesn't happen as often as it used to.

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