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Old 02-08-2016, 07:17 AM
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My dog ate some cooked bones

Okay, so Saturday afternoon my dog got into a few chicken wing bones I left sitting on the night stand ( I know, bad mom) they still had quite a bit of chicken on them also so he basically got 2 or 2 whole wings with sauce and bone too. I know this can be very dangerous so I'm asking for opinions. He has been eating normally, no blood in his poop, though it has been barely solid, very runny and he's been going more than usual. He also vomited once yesterday a little bit and I saw white pieces in it. I don't know if that was bone or pieces of chicken but he was fine after and later ate his dinner with no problems. Am I being paranoid or should I take him to get him checked over just to be on the safe side? He rarely eats people food so I'm thinking his stomach may just be upset from the sauce and chicken wings he ate. I have been monitoring him very closely and aside from the runny poop and vomiting once, he has been fine. He seemed a little less energetic this morning than usual but we did get woken up several times last night due to other dogs barking so he may just be extra tired.
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I would call his vet and ask these questions.
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Going to second calling the vet. They can do an x-ray and see what's going on.
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