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Old 03-17-2016, 12:04 PM
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Another rodent supper

Ok it happened again. Chase caught a mouse in the dog park this time, I believe deer mouse as it had a long tail. I know this as I had a hold of the tail briefly before it slid down Unnas throat. Yup she got it from him as soon as he caught it and swallowed it, just like the vole.

Last time I induced vomiting with peroxide. People here said thatw asnt necessary so I don't want to put her through that again. She has been vaccinated already for lepto. Should I have her dewormed again after this? I'm worried she is going to barf the thing up while I'm at work and I'll come back to a rancid disgusting mess in there. Oh well. Ahhh puppy days.

Anything I need to worry about from this? I imagine this wont be the last time now that Chase has become a hunter.
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Old 03-17-2016, 12:30 PM
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Should be fine, I would do another round of over the counter dewormer to save on the cost of the vet visit just to be safe.
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Manna does the same thing with birds.

I always have dewormer in stock at home for her and watch for stomach upset.
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Alright I'll pick some up, thanks! Almost got a chipmunk just now oh my. The small dog area of the dog park has an area of brush in the middle with a big dead tree, he has abandoned playing with other dogs for hunting, true to his breed .
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MY LAST DOG a wire hair fox terror used to kill and eat mice all the time I live on a farm the used to upset his stomick but he had irritable bowl syndrome
he live 15 years with now problems after we got his tummy working right
he even caught a fawn one spring evening , dragged it ou t of the brush but it was ok and he did not eat it
my new dog zippy kills mice but don't eat them he is a redline Airedale
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