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    about 10 days ago some one threw some food in my yard. My dog Marshal who I train from a pup for duck hunting found it and gotten sick for 2 days he was vomiting> when i took him to the vet I found out he had pancreatitis and the bill was going to be $2000 witch i do not have my vet worked with me he let me take all the med's he would need home and for me to give them to him 3 different pills 3 I.V. Bags witch i had to give 1/2 in the morning and the other 1/2 in the evenings and also the pills he was good when i had to put the needle in him he sat for 25 minuets each time the hard part was and still is giving him the pills today was the first time in over a week he ate sold food and drank water he needs to take two pills in the am and 2 in the pm for the next four days looks like hes going to live he got this from some one trowing scraps of food in my yard. Any dog can get this from eating people food if you care for your dogs do not give them the food we eat they have there own food and should eat that only
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    I'm glad Marshal is doing better.

    Any idea from the vet what food caused this?
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      #3
      That sucks! Glad the pooch will be OK.
      My last dog lived to eat, my current dog eats to live. Unless it's cheese she won't eat a treat...picky bitch!
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        #4
        PapaBear, I'm glad your pup is doing better!!!

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          #5
          My 15 year old lab gets that once every three months or so, always from eating the crap in the garbage.
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            #6
            My sister's dog ate a bunch of dead possum. He got sick and had to have his stomach pumped. As soon as he got home from the vet he went scrounging in the yard for what was left of that possum.
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              #7
              Is that the pup you got a couple years ago? You must have a pretty good idea who would be chucking food in your backyard for your dog.

              Glad he's going to be ok.
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                #8
                Aw, so sorry to hear about you pup but I'm glad he's feeling better. Barney used to get into the garbage once in a while but he'd get sick to his stomach and then feel better.

                People food is an absolute no no for dogs. Physiologically they're just not able to handle it and this is what can happen. Poor Marshall. Hang in there boy!

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                  #9
                  So glad to hear he's feeling better!

                  I strongly agree... be very, very careful what your dog eats outside of "dog" food and certain fruits/vegetables/meats. Grapes (any form - eg. raisins) are especially deadly... chocolate and onions are extremely dangerous too! Xylitol (artificial sweetener often in sugarless gum) is toxic and can kill in hours. Most OTC drugs and RXs are deadly.

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                    #10
                    Good to hear your dog is on the mend .... thanks to a great owner. Scary, I always get on my guys case when he tries to eat anything off the ground even dog treats. But they like children take a split second to do the wrong thing in a heartbeat. Best Wishes.

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                      #11
                      One of the reasons why you will never see grape flavored ice cream...Hope Marshall recovers well!

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                        #12
                        good he is doing better , ALSO WATCH OUT FOR WILD GROWING MUSHROOMS some are poison and have killed dogs , mine was sick and never fully recovered

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                          #13
                          Speedy recovery!!!!! I'm guessing he's a Lab? Their garbage pails with tails! Ask me how I know $3,000.00 later!!!!!!

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                            #14
                            I'd still be just as concerned with who the fuck threw scraps of rancid food into your yard. I mean, WTF?!!

                            I have a 1-year old Bernese Mountain Dog who eats everything. I keep my yard pretty clean and I'm very careful with lawn products (organic only; no pesticides) but she eats sticks, leaves, grass, dirt, ... whatever is there. At least she doesn't eat her own poo. I've had dogs that liked to do that. She got a hold of a lawn mushroom once and I had to give her hydrogen peroxide to get her to hurl it up. I think she's starting to outgrow it but she's still a nutty puppy.
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by BLAMMO!! View Post
                              I'd still be just as concerned with who the fuck threw scraps of rancid food into your yard. I mean, WTF?!!

                              I have a 1-year old Bernese Mountain Dog who eats everything. I keep my yard pretty clean and I'm very careful with lawn products (organic only; no pesticides) but she eats sticks, leaves, grass, dirt, ... whatever is there. At least she doesn't eat her own poo. I've had dogs that liked to do that. She got a hold of a lawn mushroom once and I had to give her hydrogen peroxide to get her to hurl it up. I think she's starting to outgrow it but she's still a nutty puppy.
                              Mushrooms scare me! What's the deal with them?

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