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My 13 week old German Shepherd puppy recently pooped out shreds of fabric from...
clothing. I hadn't noticed her acting unusual, just saw that her poop was bright and colorful. Then I saw that it was pieces of my clothes she had eaten! I then started looking thru the laundry basket, and found several articles of clothing with pieces missing. She doesn't seem to be acting much different than normal, and I just felt her stomach pretty firmly to check for any discomfort. There were no signs of discomfort, and she ate about 2 cups of food. However, after examining her stool, there has got to be some clothing left in her. What should i do?
you know I pulled out almost a whole sock from my large dog, really gross, I thought it was just a hanging piece of cloth, but as it came out...a whole freaking sock!!! He is fine beautiful, dogs do that..my maltipoo chewed plastic and crayons, pooping out colors all the time, you train them not too, but I really think they learn from experience, some painful bowel movements, and they usually grow out of it....
Most animals and people do not get an obstruction, its very very rare
I've had similar experiences to what angel115707 describes, only it was several different occasions that my 45-pound coonhound mix ate whole socks. He never had any issues and was able to pass them all, and apparently it wasn't even uncomfortable enough to discourage him the next time he managed to find an unguarded sock. As long as your dog isn't showing any signs of discomfort, she should be just fine.
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