February 19th, 2009, 10:18 AM
I bet you all have seen some nasty snacking.
Can you top this? (http://lifewithdogs.blogspot.com/2009/02/please-dont-litter.html)
Something tells me you might :laughing:
February 19th, 2009, 10:55 AM
Oh Yah.....Winnie loved it when my babies were in diaper...she had diaper duty so to speak...:D It was what I called environmentally friendly...and cat poop...well that's what she calls snacks....don't get me started when she had a run in with the remains of what a bear just lunched on and deposited on near patio door......oh yah...i can probably top cat poop.:D:D
February 19th, 2009, 11:02 AM
I got a Christmas tree that was all candies held by pins. My rottie Ben, got the tree and ate the candies with the PINS!
Big TIME vet bill but he was fine.....I remember sifting through the poop and counting the pins that were 'released'. Neighbours thought I was out of my mind.
February 25th, 2009, 04:32 PM
I had a rotti that ate other dogs poop, never his own.
He also ate human poop we encountered on a walk in
the woods once. Now that was the grossest. :eeew:
February 25th, 2009, 05:16 PM
February 25th, 2009, 06:41 PM
Human poop tops my dog's long list of rotting meats, other dogs (less than healthy) poop, drunk college student vomit, used restaurant grease, horse poop, duck poop, dirty, salty snow.......:rolleyes:
February 25th, 2009, 10:18 PM
Not my own dogs, but when I am volunteering at my local SPCA shelter some of the stuff that the different dogs have gotten into.
1) Stinking rotting and generally disgusting salmon fish head from the gutter. (There are two seafood whole sale and processing places that I know of in the neighborhood.)
2) Contents of baby diaper, that qualifies as human poo right?
3) Cat poo and dog poo (not their own).
4) Vomit, luckily only one time with one dog.:fingerscr
5) Various garbage.
Listed in order of disgust to me.
PS. This is not the act of one dog. But just different occasions of questionable tastes of various dogs over the course of almost a year.
February 26th, 2009, 10:49 AM
I noticed since getting Buddy that my cat's no longer vomit or cough up furballs any more :shrug: ................or so I thought, until my son informed (shortly after his arrival, early one morning) "Buddy's doing his morning clean-up!" I was like "pardon me?!"
son says "Mom, didn't you know, Buddy eats all the cat barf, furballs and all?!" :yuck: my son found it quite amusing, and though nothing of it so never bothered telling me.:rolleyes:
Oh and my cat Lucky :rip: used to LOVE eating the cotton off of the used Q-tips :eek:, yup he'd take them out of the garbage and eat it! and it had to be used, he had no interest in new unused ones . :angel:
February 27th, 2009, 10:03 PM
I had my Retriever pup on a flexible lead and let him wander into the bush. He came out with two tiny bird feet sticking out of his mouth. EWWW - I did not have the stomach to open his mouth and fish out the rest but it came out nearly intact on my cream coloured carpet later that day.
I caught my Cavalier in the backyard one night eating a rabbit! I have NO idea what the rabbit died of my I can't imagine that my Cav actually caught and killed it. Again I had a mess to clean up. The only raw meat she's ever eaten and it certainly didn't agree with her.