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Q. When dog chokes on a bone and I try to get it out he digested it

A. I hope you mean that your dog swallowed the bone and was able to digest it. I would monitor his behavior to be sure that he did not injure his throat or is not obstructed from the bone. If this happened a few days ago and he has not showed any signs of illness, he should be fine. Otherwise, monitor him and contact your veterinarian if his condition changes.

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PAULA SIMONS

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