*sigh* constipated dog ate an entire stick of butter

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Old 01-23-2016, 09:29 PM
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*sigh* constipated dog ate an entire stick of butter

wax paper and all. My fault for forgetting to take it off the counter.

His stool is a a little harder than usual lately - chances are his still will be fine now instead of having the runs? Like maybe the butter and the constipation will cancel aach other out?

Not in the mood to clean up dog diarrhea tonight.
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@augusta It sounds like you have a very unfun night ahead... Be sure to keep an eye on him for the next 24 to 48 hours. I imagine the wax paper could cause a potential problem for his digestive tract (as in it could get stuck). Poor guy... My dog has eaten some strange things before and has yet to have trouble with a blockage or anything, but I gave him a tiny chunk of pineapple a few days ago and he got the runs almost immediately.
Good luck and I hope it passes through without much incident!
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With that much fat be on the look out for pancreatitis. Otherwise I think he'll be fine. Pancreatitis In Your Dog
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