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Dog Ate an Ant Poison Trap – What to Do Next

Ant traps may result in mild to serious symptoms depending on the amount and type of ant trap the dog ate.

Dog Ate Human Cough Drops – What to Do Next

Human cough drops can be dangerous to dogs, especially if they use ingredients like xylitol and menthol.

Dog Ate a Wild Mushroom in the Grass – What to Do Next

The severity of eating wild mushrooms in the grass will vary from mild to life-threatening. It will depend on what type and how many mushrooms the dog ate.

Dog Ate a Bumblebee – What to Do Next

Dogs that have eaten a bumblebee may find themselves in a life-threatening situation depending on where they get stung and whether they are allergic to the bee sting.

Top 3 Reasons Why Dogs Eat Leaves

A variety of causes may explain dogs that munch on leaves, including sickness and issues with boredom and stress.

Dog Ate a Condom – What to Do Next

Did your silly dog swallow a condom? It could become a problem for your dog’s digestive tract if left untreated.

Top 3 Reasons Why Your Dog Eats Another Dog’s Poop

Does your dog like to eat another dog’s poop? Whether this behavior is normal or something of concern depends on the context and frequency.

Puppy Eats Own Poop – What to Do Next

Coprophagia is a behavior that’s more common than most dog owners realize, especially with puppies and young dogs.

Dog Ate Deer Poop – What to Do Next

Dogs should be discouraged from eating deer feces as they may pass on infectious bacteria and parasites.

Dog Ate a Battery (Alkaline, Lithium, Disc Batteries etc.) – What to Do Next

Batteries, whether they are the alkaline or acidic type, can have a damaging effect once they enter your dog’s body.

Dog Ate a Tampon – What to Do Next

It’s no laughing matter if your dog just gobbled up a tampon. The menstrual product may make your dog sick if it isn’t treated quickly.

Dog Ate a Paper Towel – What to Do Next

Paper towel is considered a low safety risk but you should still watch over your dog if he eats one in case of any adverse reactions.

Dog Ate Rat Poison or a Poisoned Rat – What to Do Next

An immediate resolution is important for dogs that eat rat poison. The severity will depend on a number of factors such as the type and amount of rat poison the dog ingested.

Dog Ate a Disposable Face Mask – What to Do Next

Swallowing a face mask can become an emergency health risk to dogs and other animals.

Top 3 Reasons Why Dog Eats Rabbit Poop & How to Stop

Rabbit poop could make your dog sick if the rabbit is either sick or infected with internal parasites.

Dog Ate the Drywall – What to Do Next

Eating drywall is unlikely to pose a serious health threat unless the dog ate a large amount or if the drywall contains toxic materials.

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