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    Poppy vomited twice in her crate last night! It was a regurgitation (sp?) type vomit of grass and hair and brown stuff! Kind of like the stuff she bought up a few months ago. Basically cr@p that she chews on then can't digest!

    Anyway she was fine this morning! Happy as larry, wanting to play then had a snooze with me on the couch while I ate breaky.

    I just feel bad that I couldn't stay home with her to makre sure she really is 100% okay!

    OH had to work today too! But he has Wed, Thurs and Fri off with her!

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    I wouldn't worry Amy. I do it all the time.

    Up until this last year I used to work and would leave new mothers at home with puppies, young puppies, geriatric dogs etc. Dogs that had just had operations etc.

    We do what we can to keep them safe and happy but we can't always be there to hold their paws.

    Some puppies eat the most disgusting things and as my mother would say, better out than in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    I wouldn't worry Amy. I do it all the time.

    Up until this last year I used to work and would leave new mothers at home with puppies, young puppies, geriatric dogs etc. Dogs that had just had operations etc.

    We do what we can to keep them safe and happy but we can't always be there to hold their paws.

    Some puppies eat the most disgusting things and as my mother would say, better out than in.
    Thanks MAC! Poppy is a SHOCKER for eating cr@p!!! I think it definately is better out than in! Put all her bedding in the wash before I left this morning so she will have a nice clean bed tonight!

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