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  1. I would be worried about the bones perforating the dogs intestines or causing a blockage. The diarrhea...

    5 Answers · Pets · 27/05/2011

  2. .... These are signs she may have an intestinal blockage or a perforated gut and may need emergency surgery. DO NOT make her vomit. ...

    6 Answers · Pets · 09/02/2013

  3. ...probably okay. I have never heard of steroids causing a perforated bowel or stomach in humans (I'm a nurse) so I doubt that'...

    9 Answers · Pets · 17/10/2006

  4. ... ONE "appropriate" dose of aspirin and within 3 hours perforated her stomach and had to have emergency surgery. It is not...

    20 Answers · Pets · 11/05/2008

  5. No, bones become brittle when cooked and could perforate the intestines causing peritonitis. I feed my dogs...

    3 Answers · Pets · 29/12/2012

  6. ...or other meds), plants, flowers, bark, etc; she could have a perforated ulcer, going thru the stomach-wall or possibly an intestinal blockage that has...

    14 Answers · Pets · 28/12/2006

  7. Dogs should not get cooked bones; they splinter and perforate intestines. Keep an eye on the dog; if he starts ...

    13 Answers · Pets · 01/06/2011

  8. ... they break up into sharp splinters that when swallowed can perforate the intestine and cause internal bleeding or blockages. Also uncooked...

    10 Answers · Pets · 29/07/2008

  9. ...or long and stringy type material and threads. Sharp items can perforate the digestive organs or scratch and cause irritation and allow infection. String...

    4 Answers · Pets · 14/03/2011

  10. I'd call a vet asap. Chicken bones can perforate the esophagus or bowel and kill dogs, especially if they've been ...

    11 Answers · Pets · 17/05/2007

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