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Q. My retreiver has eaten a whole cut up chicken which had been boiled but was on the counter and some way she brought down and ate bones and all.

A. I would keep a very close eye on her. Some dogs will just pass them with mayne a little diarrhoea. Other will have problems with the bones and can need surgery to remove them. This can be very serious. So the first signs of vomiting or pain. Lethargy or swollen belly you need to see your vet.

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TERRI STEVENS



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