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Old 06-12-2018, 06:33 PM
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My dog ate a bone and idk what’s normal???

Hi everyone, I’m new to this forum and I joined specifically for this reason lol! So my dog, a pitbull mastiff mix ate a chicken bone last night. We were having a family party and she got into the trash! Today she is clearly acting strange and sick, she isn’t moving much and she seems so much less lively. We’ve tried to get her to poop but she wouldn’t. Well I took her for a walk to see if a little movement would get it “flowing” and she did poop. The thing is, the poop was runny and just a weird consistency of like (so sorry for this visual) mashed potatoes. it was also like almost a dark orange? I’m not sure if I should go to the vet just yet but I’m worried that’s not normal. If anyone knows what might be happening please get back to me! Thank you!! xx
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Old 06-12-2018, 06:49 PM
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Vet asap! Diarrhea, lethargy and acting "off" are symptoms of a possible obstruction which can be fatal. We almost lost my dog to a similar circumstance and we're lucky we got her to the vet in time. Wishing you and your pup the best.
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Vet NOW, that's classic signs of an obstruction or perforated intestines/bowel. Both very common with a dog eating cooked bones, especially chicken bones.
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