My tow 10 week olk shih tzu puppies ate a puppy pad should I be concerned?
Or just let nature take its course?
I say let nature take its course. My shih tzu-bijon puppy (now 16 weeks) is always eating tissue. I don't know how she gets it. Her breeder told me that my puppy's parents never did well with the training pad because they were always eating it. They're still alive 2 years later and in perfect health so... let nature take its course. Just make sure they know that eating the pad is a no-no. :-)
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