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OMG suki ate half a bag of food

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I cannot beleive it, Suki got into the back room where her food is kept and ate half a bag of the bloody stuff.

Can anyone tell me if this is ok, she seems fine in her self and is still sitting watching us eat our tea waiting for titbits lmao (which we dont give lol)

Can beleive her little body has taken so much in

HELP!!!!!

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she will prob vomit or have the runs later......

if there is blood in either then take her to the vets otherwise

starve for 24 hours and monitor her

if she does have the runs then boiled rice and chicken for a few days

hopefully she is ok

kelly

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if she is still playing and seems happy then by all means take her as all socialization is good

if she is licking stuff a lot she may be wanting to be sick :(

just keep an eye on her and she should be fine

hope she gets better soon christine x

kelly

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oops

take poo bags with you at the puppy party!!!

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I think this as happened to lots of us at least once. Round door handles on everything afterwards.

Round handles are only an obstacle to some huskies... Mine not included!

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has it worked its way through yet? lol

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has it worked its way through yet? lol

Not yet although she hasn't needed too much food since lol. We took her to her puppy party and she was fine in the car thank god as i've only had it just over a week

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alex i wouldnt be feeding her incase more food overloads her little belly

wait till the morning and feed rice and chicken for a week until you are sure its past through her system

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We've got no plans to feed her any meals before tomorrow, she did have to have a couple of dry dog biscuits at puppy party tonight as we had to demonstrate to everyone how Suki will site and lie down but she seems ok....for now

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my mum's cousin's son's dog (god that was a mouthful) got into the cupboard when they were out and ate a whole bag of food - he was practically rolling by the time they got home - luckily he was ok...blumming greedy choc labs!

Glad she seems ok...cheeky pup!

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I would definitely watch for bloating. Take her to the vet if you see any signs of it.

cyprbu1.gifAttempts to vomit (usually unsuccessful); may occur every 5-30 minutes

cyprbu2.gif This seems to be one of the most common symptoms & has been referred to as the "hallmark symptom"

cyprbu2.gif"Unsuccessful vomiting" means either nothing comes up or possibly just foam and/or mucous comes up

cyprbu1.gifDoesn't act like usual self

cyprbu2.gif Perhaps the earliest warning sign and may be the only sign that almost always occurs

cyprbu2.gifWe've had several reports that dogs who bloated asked to go outside in the middle of the night. If this is combined with frequent attempts to vomit, and if your dog doesn't typically ask to go outside in the middle of the night, bloat is a very real possibility.

cyprbu1.gifSignificant anxiety and restlessness

One of the earliest warning signs and seems fairly typical

cyprbu1.gif"Hunched up" or "roached up" appearance

This seems to occur fairly frequently

cyprbu1.gifLack of normal gurgling and digestive sounds in the tummy

cyprbu2.gif Many dog owners report this after putting their ear to their dog's tummy.

cyprbu2.gifIf your dog shows any bloat symptoms, you may want to try this immediately.

cyprbu1.gifBloated abdomen that may feel tight (like a drum)

Despite the term "bloat," many times this symptom never occurs or is not apparent

cyprbu1.gifPale or off-color gums

Dark red in early stages, white or blue in later stages

cyprbu1.gifCoughing

cyprbu1.gifUnproductive gagging

cyprbu1.gifHeavy salivating or drooling

cyprbu1.gifFoamy mucous around the lips, or vomiting foamy mucous

cyprbu1.gifUnproductive attempts to defecate

cyprbu1.gifWhining

cyprbu1.gifPacing

cyprbu1.gifLicking the air

cyprbu1.gifSeeking a hiding place

cyprbu1.gifLooking at their side or other evidence of abdominal pain or discomfort

cyprbu1.gifMay refuse to lie down or even sit down

cyprbu1.gifMay stand spread-legged

cyprbu1.gifMay curl up in a ball or go into a praying or crouched position

cyprbu1.gifMay attempt to eat small stones and twigs

cyprbu1.gifDrinking excessively

cyprbu1.gifHeavy or rapid panting

cyprbu1.gifShallow breathing

cyprbu1.gifCold mouth membranes

cyprbu1.gifApparent weakness; unable to stand or has a spread-legged stance

Especially in advanced stage

cyprbu1.gifAccelerated heartbeat

Heart rate increases as bloating progresses

cyprbu1.gifWeak pulse

cyprbu1.gifCollapse

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awe poor thing. she'll probably just have a food coma for awhile laugh.gif just be glad it wasn't coffee beans like my sister's pomeranian got into that was something awful. hope your is doing better!

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hey just an update on Suki, she is absolutely fine, she basically passed all she was going to pass at 5 am this morning, while i was asleep, so you can imagine the smell when i actually woke up, suprised she didnt wake me up to be fair bless her. But so far so good, she has had her second injection today and it dont seem to have bothered her and she is now lying next to me fast asleep like the world dont matter. So alls good now thanks everyone for your advice and concern xxx

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