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Old 07-14-2018, 03:30 AM
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Dog ate rottem/rancid dry food

Hello, I leave the bag of dry food (little pebbles like) in a basket, and yestarday night the bag was empty, I couldn't go buy more untill morning but I felt a few pieces at the bottom of the basket ( a handfull so around 10) so i gave them and because it was dark they seemed normal, and my female around 10Kg dog ate it. This morning as soon as possible i got new food and went to give her and saw the food at the emd of the basket and ot was a mix of very old moldy pebbles and new fresh ones from the last bag, so im a handful she ate a mix of moldy and good food. She didnt puke or had diarrhea all night . But Im scared , is there any long term problems? Is there anything I should look out for?
(She was taking anti histeminics for her ear problems but it wasnr helping and I stoped already)
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Old 07-14-2018, 08:04 AM
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My dogs have eaten plenty of horrible things and have always been fine, LOL. Just keep an eye on her but it will probably pass through.
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