When one of my Newfoundland dogs was a puppy, I had left my Birkenstock sandals on the floor in error. He ate the buckle right off the shoe. Never did find the buckle, so I am not sure if he actually ate it or not. He also likes to eat the belt loops off my husbands jeans. My female when she was a pup go a hold of my eye glasses and totaled them. She also loves to eat toilet paper & paper napkins.
Not my dog but my dentist's dog ate some panty hose whole. It required surgery to remove. She is fine.
My dogs eat just about anything. They are working on the fig tree now.
As puppies they tried to eat an Armoire but luckily they gave up but not before all the button handles had disappeared.
My friends dog once ate a whole tub of carpet freshener........at least her breath smelt lovely although she was very sick that night!!
My Lab ate a box of chocolates left under the Christmas tree one year with the ribbons and decorations and then flipped out (chocolate is poisonous to some animals) and also ate many shiny Christmas ornaments off the demolished tree and then left many, many glitter laden puppy poops all over the house...sick for days.
My Fila Brasilero has eaten baby wipes. Luckily they passed through him.
All three of our dogs like mangos, coconuts, and cashew fruits that fall from our trees.
I have seen my old dog eat crap. It was disgusting. Maybe there was something in the crap that was not digested properly that prompted this.
My dog has raided the cat's litter box for "treats" - I can't imagine anything more revolting, but I did read somewhere that dogs sometimes do this because they can get certain chemicals they need from it. Really? And a dog would be aware of this how? There isn't something less disgusting that might do the trick? Now I have to worry about keeping the dog away from the cat's food before and after the cat eats it! EW!
When our dog was a puppy, he decided to surprise us when we came home from
shopping one day, by eating some tiles he had pulled off the floor. He was o.k., but
it was a scary experience and funny at the same time, because he had some of the
tile stuck to his head. We did manage to remove it safely though.
I remember those days when my dog is eating marshmallows which he didn't like and had never eaten but that night i saw him eating it looked me too strange!
by NaomiR 9 years ago
I've always been interested in this topic and love watching that show, Haunted. I'm not sure I'd really want to see a ghost, though, and don't actively seek to disturb the dead. I had a weird experience a few years ago when we went to Salem, MA. I went to use the ladies' room, which was in the...
by Rafini 8 years ago
I had to chase one of my cats away from my leftover chili!!
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
What was the most horrible thing you ever ate?
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by Eaglekiwi 9 years ago
Just havin some fun ,but maybe ,just maybe insects really are part of your diet.Ive eaten worms ,roasted insects that my dad said was popcorn , it really was nutty n crunchy ewwwww, but its true.So what did you eat when you were a kid that would be considered unhealthy or bizare...Grilled snake?...
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I am just scrolling down the forums and clicking on those I want to read. However, some of them show these weird reportpermalinkeditdelete things under each post, then at the bottom it tell me the thread is over 2 months old(and it isnt) and do I really want to post something. And there is a box...
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