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Well I'm not easily grossed out but :eek::eek:

I was in the lounge with Dexter & took my eyes off him. When I looked down I saw he'd been sick, so I walked over to get him & deal with said sick.....but before I could get there, he saw me coming & wolfed it back down !!!!

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I am so freaked out - is this ok ?????
 

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WARNING - do not read if eating

Ultra gross then - Ruby has been poorly and at the start she was sick - she was sat on the sofa (thankfully leather, so wipe-clean) - it hit the floor, and Pepper wandered over to have a bit and Ruby was sick on her head! Gross enough for you? :)

The joys of dog ownership

Ruby all ok now

Keep an eye out, if concerned, call the vet and ask their advice - we call ours regularly!

Ian
 

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Yup, Millie would do the same if I let her.

If we're comparing grossnesses ;) I was on a walk a few weeks ago and this cute black puppy spaniel, out on his first stopped to do a poo. Millie was heading over to say hello, but the pup was more interested in turning around and eating his poo :eek::confused:

I decided Millie could miss this meet & greet, don't want to give her idea ;)
 

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Horrible topic .. but yes given the chance quite a few dogs will eat it again... yuk !!!

Laughed at Ian's comment, always on the phone to vet, lol, I have a direct line to mine lol

A day out for me, is a trip to the vets :)
 

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lol it's ok, it's quite normal for dogs although it is obviously gross :eek:

Just keep an eye that if he's being sick he doesn't get dehydrated. Make sure he drinks lots of water. If in doubt about why he is being sick, go to your vet. I'm sure he will be fine :).
 

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Just posted but it disappeared !!!! I'll try again !!
I just wondered if I'm giving too many treats - I'm rewarding him with a treat for all his wees (every half an hour) plus doing some 'wait' training as well. I only give him a small broken off bit each time, but I suppose it can mount up !
 

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Not that its any consolation Lisa but i am having to deal with children being sick today
I think it's that time of year - winter vomiting! - Louis told me someone was sick in class yesterday - dreading him getting it next!

I'm sure Dexter is OK. I think it's quite normal and OK to treat like that - especially as they are tiny pieces. Just keep an eye on him and if it happens again I'd give the vets at call.
 

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lol! Dogs are so gross! Growing up our dogs used to eat their vomit.

Since this is the gross thread I feel I can share this here. My 3 year old is throwing up and Olive ate her vomit before i could clean it up :eek: So I picked Olive up to get her away from it only to discover that her face now had the lovely scent of vomit. I almost lost my breakfast at that point! Fun morning at my house!!
 
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