jedikinkoid: Its vets see many cases of pets getting their paws on inappropriate festive items every year, ranging from Christmas decorations, chocolate and cocktail sticks to toys, balloons and bones - all a familiar sight in many homes during the holidays.Bones are a "festive item" now?
jedikinkoid: "With the Christmas season upon us, I'd advise owners to keep any edible items out of reach of inquisitive pets to avoid them from becoming ill over the festive season."Is 'inquisitive" the new way of saying "dumber than a bag of rocks"?
Arthur Prefect: Skyd1v: Arthur Prefect: Ours just had surgery to remove a 8 inch by 14 inch towel that he swallowed in one gulp. And also tried to eat the IV gauze the nurse was holding.Oh labradors.Hearts of gold, stomachs of iron, heads of stone./still damn good dogs...Oh god, so true. Absolutely love him, but to be perfectly honest, I'm tired of puling pillow fluff out his arse. He's still a puppy, so I'm hoping this eating stage will slow down at some point. Maybe. In a few years.
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