rocks, multch, glass, marbles, metal, wrenches, nails, cell phones, cell phone case, master lock, concret, pool deck, ladder, plastic, ect... You name it this dog has tried to eat it and succesfully on most things mentioned. Most have been found out in our back yard. This dog has a mouth and stomach of steal!
Wasn't a puppy anymore, but an entire box of dental floss. Only thing left was the metal cutter. Had two dogs and wasn't sure which ate it. Scary few days of checking, but she passed it with no issues.
My female pyr has a problem with leashes. She has eaten three of them so far - nothing left but the clip. Last two were my fault because I know she will do this. Just forgot them after bath time.
Quote:snap! on the selling the sister idea,wanted to do the same when a child,todays kids have it so easy though-what with ebay.
can we substitute 'tubby lazy adult cat with the mind of a kitten' for 'puppy'?
our girl biscuit: http://www.catster.com/cats/674887 her most unusual thing was trying to eat the string that was pictured on a large box-it was part of a cat toy,she kept trying to nom the string on the box and ignored the stringy toy which was right next to it...ugh.
I had a Rodision Ridgeback until I had to have her put down because she was swallowing the plastic bottles she was chewing up and could not pass them and they were cutting up her insides. She was a young dog didn't know anything about her she just showed up at my sons house and I felt sorry for her and brought her to my house. I noticed her chewing up the bottles but did not notice she was swallowing the pieces until it was too late. I would caution folks about letting their puppies chew these bottles I think they are attracked to the noise they make.