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So much for puppy proofing 14 Aug 2015 09:07 #9938

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Before Logan arrived I must have scoured ever inch of the house picking up hair pins and hair ties and tiny it's off the floor and low surfaces.
Well aware that puppies and spaniels in particular are terrible for eating this they shouldn't. Sadly I didn't puppy proof my lodger. (nhac chuong tieng dong vat)
Came back from a few days visiting family tonight and at some point while I was away my lodger has been sewing and left a sewing pin stuck in the arm of the couch. (Perfectly logical place to leave a pin surely )

Well you guessed it puppy has swallowed the sewing pin. my pham luxury girl Just dropped him off at the vets and at 15 weeks old he is now looking forward to having his tummy cut open to fetch the pin back out.

I am really upset. I watch him like a hawk and I literally saw him swallow it down I just couldn't get across the living room fast enough to stop him. We hadn't even been home an hour.
I know I did the right thing taking him straight to the vet and he will probably be on but because the vet has to warn you of the dangers of anaesthetic I am now in bits, worrying about my little man.
Also using all my self control not to strangle my lodger (after all accidents do happen)
All I can say is thank god for pet insurance. (máy fusheng)
Last Edit: 08 Aug 2016 14:01 by lifeflower.

Re: So much for puppy proofing 14 Aug 2015 18:11 #9939

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Oh my goodness how awful for you.

Thank goodness you saw him do it and the operation can be performed before any major damage could be done to his insides, it doesnt bare thinking about what could have happened.

Sometimes, no matter how careful we are accidents happen, be sure to make sure your lodger is aware of the dangers to puppies!

I hope everything is ok and your furry companion is back home safe and sound very soon. Please keep us updated.

Hugs xx
If your dog doesn't like someone, then you probably shouldn't either !

Re: So much for puppy proofing 15 Aug 2015 00:48 #9940

Oh poor puppy and how worrying for you...but I think you will be on high allert from now on, if it's there puppy will eat it and not just puppy but this "eat it" thing goes on through most of their lives, my Asia still sticks her hooter into where it doesn't belong and she's nearly 11! you and your lodger really need to dog proof everything from now on please let us know how pup gets on
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