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my 1 yr old shih tzu ate a piece of a hard plastic chap stick cap ... My dog ate pieces of her crib and she just vomited a lot of plastic. ... I asked a prior question about my puppy eating a piece of hard plastic with sharp edges last night. I gave him a piece of bread.


My Dog Ate Plastic. When a dog ingests a plastic object, small or large, there’s a risk that they will become seriously ill in a number of hours or days. Some objects can be easily passed, some objects can be passed but not without damage to the inside of your dog’s gut, and some objects stop everything from moving, period.


My dog chewed apart a dog toy and ate pieces of the plastic, approximately 2 square inches. Is it better to induce vomiting with Hydrogen peroxide or to let the pieces pass through? He is 20 pounds, 1 1/2 years old, mix breed.


Now..years ago my dog ate ( chewed up and I have no idea how much went down and how much didnt' ) 5 straight edge razor blades and the vet at the time told me to get her a big jar of vasoline and feed her the whole jar and then feed her food. Idea was to coat her insides and the food to grab up the pieces.


What Do I Do If My Dog Ate Plastic? Taking the dog to the veterinarian for evaluation is recommended anytime a dog eats a foreign object, including plastic, says Cesar Millan. ... dog ate hard plastic pieces dog ate plastic bag dog swallowed plastic wrap what if dog ate a little plastic dog ate plastic water bottle my dog ate plastic wrapper


Dog ate hard plastic toy ... She was saying this as she was holding the intestines of a dog, while the vet was pulling rope toy strings and a piece of hard plastic toy ball out of the dog's intestinal blockage. I have to agree with her. I don't think there is any safe dog toy out there. Somewhere there will be a dog who make the toy unsafe.


A piece of plastic that’s sharp or jagged can puncture the digestive tract; this is a medical emergency that requires a vet’s attention. A long piece of flexible plastic—say, a piece of plastic wrap or a plastic ribbon—can get caught in the intestine and literally tangle up the dog’s gut. Again, a vet is needed.


Some dogs just love to chew on hard plastic, while others destroy and eat plastic objects to deal with boredom or anxiety. I used to joke about my own dog’s rainbow colored poop in the backyard, from the colorful plastic she ate. Yes, sometimes your dog will pass the seemingly impassible.


First aid if your dog ate a sharp object: Mix pumpkin puree with bread into mush then feed to the dog. Give them yogurt. 1-2 tubs of yogurt, depending on your dog’s size, will help protect stomach lining being a natural antacid, and will also help move your dog’s bowels to get rid of the object during elimination.


Also, dogs can tear off pieces of the plastic pretty easily resulting in sharp, rough edges. The dog may try to swallow these sharp pieces and/or cut their gums chewing on the newly exposed rough edges. 6. Hard objects. There are many hard objects your dog could chew on, for instance hard plastic can be as hard as a bone.