Discussion in 'Dog Food and Recipes' started by goosey, Apr 24, 2005.
Once my dog sophie ate 13 cans of dog food
Whew! Glad I didn't have to live with the aftermath . . .
me too do you feed her only wcanned food
I'm with Renee!! I'm glad I didn't have to clear it up either!! I gather Sophie's a bit greedy!!
Did you feed her all those cans?
yeah we feed her 1 then she wanted more and more and more
That doesn't sound very healthy to do that to your dog.
shes ok we dont feed her that much normaly.............................im not a bad person
What kind of dog is she? How big?
shes a cross between mastive boxer and american bulldog
so she pretty big
Why did you give her so much food all at once? Just curious...
she usually doesnt eat that much, we only feed them meat and biscuits now.
no canned food
but it was free, fell of a truck or something.
we eventually had to stop her
once she swallowed a whole chicken, mum turned around to grab something else and came back to find sophie gulping down a full roast chicken... it was our dinner to.
only feed them meat and biscuits !!.... I know you're trying to push our buttons now !! Sorry, this is a forum for dog lovers, not would be clowns !!
excuse me, whats that for???
we love our dogs, they get all our food scraps, the last time we fed them canned food the threw it up.
the get meat and biscuits because they dont need or want canned food.
i find that really rude
you are so rude this is also a site were people can help each other a be nice to each other...........................then u just want fit in.
hey and wat ealse can we feed our dogs
You should probably reconsider allowing your dog to eat that much food at a time, goosey. Aside from a nasty stomach ache and indigestion, she could develop serious medical problems. Bloat comes to mind, which requires surgery and may kill a dog in hours. It may also cause serious chemical imbalances in your dog's endocrine system. I know they seem to just want to keep eating forever, but sometimes dogs don't understand what's best for them.
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