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Old 12-13-2012, 02:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ari and his Harry houdinie self strikes again!!! I believe he ate a chicken wing bone... The boys ate at kitchen table and left their plates I went to the rest room and when I came out he had one in his mouth .. I wrestled it away from him and tried to count them all. I really don't know how many there were to start with! What should I look for? Aren't they really hazardous to them ... I'm just sick now with worry!


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Old 12-13-2012, 03:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I heard that chicken bones can pierce the intestenial lining! I am sorry I dont really know how to help you! did you call your vet and ask them???
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I would call my vet(even if he's not choking) but that's how I am.
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I would for sure call your vet and see what they say.
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Me too, call the vet!!!!
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Calling the vet for some advice and things you should look for will definately ease your mind.
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Old 12-13-2012, 03:31 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Cooked chicken bones are one of the most dangerous things a dog can get to. The bones are soft and easily splinter in addition to a choking or obstructive hazard. I'd call your vet just to make sure and watch for any signs of GI discomfort, breathing abnormalities, abnormal stools, vomiting, etc...


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We lost a dog here last year due to a chicken bone. . . please call your vet! I pray it will be ok.
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I wouldn't call the vet for advice, I would just make an appointment as soon as possible.
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We lost a dog here last year due to a chicken bone. . . please call your vet! I pray it will be ok.
Yes, this also made me think of that... I will forever keep chicken bones away from them now...
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