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Old 04-04-2016, 5:20 PM
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Sigh, this dog will eat anything... good news is that I looked at the MSDS for unique and its 70-90% tallow (fat). No wonder she went after it. The worst that can happen is some extra poop.

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Old 04-04-2016, 5:22 PM
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I thought your dog ate a tub of gunpowder!

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Well, you probably won't get much in the way of "extra" poop. However, there's a good chance that what does come out may have the consistency of warm honey. Though it won't smell as good.

And I hope you called your vet to make sure there will not be any unexpected health issues. Always do that when your pets eat something unusual.
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Old 04-04-2016, 5:25 PM
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You can tell by the look on puppie's face he knows he did wrong.
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I would leave her outside till it comes out. But then again your gonna have to keep on eye on her.
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That will come out both ends of the pooch!
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Old 04-04-2016, 5:41 PM
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My dog one time a an entire loaf of bread. She swole up like a sausage for a day.
Then that dumb, but lovable lab, ate a half pound bag of m and M's...splatter butt for a day or two!
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I thought your dog ate a tub of gunpowder!

After reading the thread title, and before opening the thread, I had two thoughts. 1. The dog is a Lab. 2. I thought he ate Unique gunpowder. I had a black Lab and he ate everything, including a couch.
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Had a German Shepard eat a blue racket ball, those bouncy types. For 2 days his poop had blue specks in it. Larger dogs are bullet proof and I would not worry much
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Had an afghan hound devour a whole bag of Hershey's Christmas kisses in red, green and gold foil. Chocolate didn't phase her one bit, but talk about "sparkly" piles in the yard😷😷😷
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I had a dog that ate about a quarter of a Duraflame log. Thankfully nothing bad happened but everyone at the vet got a good laugh from it. BTW Duraflame shows up like glitter in the intestines on an xray.
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Yea my dog is totally fine. If you look carefully in the photo, she is wagging her tail. It is the look of a dog that knows what she did was wrong, but shes not sorry. She is only sorry that she got caught.
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You better get some doggie Depends on that dog
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Gravy leg should be here anytime now.
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Yea my dog is totally fine. If you look carefully in the photo, she is wagging her tail. It is the look of a dog that knows what she did was wrong, but shes not sorry. She is only sorry that she got caught.
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just look at her face awwww , she knows she done something bad .
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Hahaha, keep that dog outside for several days. Your dog will really have a poop shoot.

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That is one "guilty" face on that pup. lol
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My shepherd/malamute ate all the cold grease in a counter top fryer once. He was "active" at both ends for a while! Sea water diarrhea is no picnic either. Active dogs are like little kids.
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From you post I was gonna say, don't let him eat primers, or ____ !
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Had one that ate a mad ball... For those of you that don't know they were squishy balls with crazy faces on them... Well he ate it whole and when it came out it had turned football shape with the mouth at the peak. Looked like a mini screaming football.
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I'll trade two dogs that eat case lube for one that rolls in fresh greasy turkey sh*t!
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Sigh, this dog will eat anything... good news is that I looked at the MSDS for unique and its 70-90% tallow (fat). No wonder she went after it. The worst that can happen is some extra poop.




It is Lanolin. Sheep oil. It might upset his stomach & give him the runs, but will be ok.


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My dumb *** Malinois eats everything that he can get his mouth on, he's a sneaky bastard too. Always eats the elastic bands off the top of my socks, thank god there has never been a blockage.
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My crazy boxer ate a takeout order of thai yellow curry with chicken when we first got him. He jumped up onto our counter to get it.

He had the runs for 3 days.
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Whew!

I thought your dog ate a tub of gunpowder!

Me too, good for the dog it wasn't.
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My dog ate an entire stick of butter and unannounced to me she threw up on the carpet under the bed......only to return later and eat the carpet fibers Fn dogs!
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I too thought you meant the gunpowder. You said "worst that can happen is..."

I thought "Hell, the worst that could happen is someone lights your dog on fire!"
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Watch for signs that she's not acting right. Vet told me sometimes when dogs eat a lot of fat, they can get pancreatitis. He sees it in dogs whose owners feed them chicken or turkey skin.
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But in the meantime- Give your dog a lot of brass. See if they all come out lubed or not...

Hey who knows, you might have found an easy way to save a step in brass prep...
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Watch for signs that she's not acting right. Vet told me sometimes when dogs eat a lot of fat, they can get pancreatitis. He sees it in dogs whose owners feed them chicken or turkey skin.
Yea that is something I have worried about. She gets into the garbage every once in a while and will take every opportunity to steal food, especially tasty fatty food. But she has a strong stomach and rarely has diarrhea. It is hard to tell if she has the symptoms because she never vomits. She is a black dog and is always hot, and she eats too much and is lazy. I cant tell if it is because she is overweight, or she has acute pancreatitis. The vet said she could lose about 5 lbs. and we put her on a diet the past couple weeks. We cut her food by 20 percent. I think she was just super hungry and roaming the house for food/ case lube.
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But in the meantime- Give your dog a lot of brass. See if they all come out lubed or not...

Hey who knows, you might have found an easy way to save a step in brass prep...
LOL.. but then who is gonna clean off all this new brown "lube?"
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The daughter's German Shepard/Doberman mix ate 5 big chocolate Easter eggs she was selling for a club fund raiser. That idiot laid under the tree moaning for 2 days. Several giant piles of poop later and she was fine. By the way that dog was the biggest wuss we've ever owned despite her breeds.
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LOL.. but then who is gonna clean off all this new brown "lube?"
Throw it in the tumbler with CORNcob media...



But in all seriousness, I just want you to know one thing.

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My boxer/lab ate an entire box of those chocolate covered doughnuts they sell at 7/11. 24 in total. He was 100% fine, nothing changed. It's probably because it isn't even real chocolate...

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After reading the thread title, and before opening the thread, I had two thoughts. 1. The dog is a Lab. 2. I thought he ate Unique gunpowder. I had a black Lab and he ate everything, including a couch.
My retarded black lab is eating the siding off my house.

My only consolation is that there must be some splinters in the end.
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My dog that ate the Duraflame had an iron gut. He and our other dog got into a chocolate cake and ate half of it. My wife gave them a dose of ipicat to get it out of their system. After just one dose, Annie was barfing everywhere but Snickers refused to throw up so he got a second dose. He finally threw up a little bit just once and looked like he felt miserable for the rest of the night. That is the only time he ever really threw up.

Another time my wife and I were watching TV and wondered why it was so quiet. We looked around and only saw one dog. Come to find out we left the food bag open and Snickers was trying to eat his way to the bottom of the bag. He must have eaten at least 3-4 pounds of dog food and his belly was bulging for a couple of days - he only weighed about 25 pounds.
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