Can Dogs Eat Butter? Doug Posted 27 Aug , 7: Could this be dangerous? Moose ate nearly 20 pounds of kibble when he was about 6 months old and he was fine. I am only glad that she didn't decide to chew since I stupidly left my bag of vintage Frye boots on the floor last night Pancreatitis could be a concern in some dogs that ingest this amount of fat.
The wax paper on traditional butter could clog his intestines but often go right through. On a small dog, it could cause pancreatitis. If your dog eats something it .
Your dog should be fine. Multiple tags are fine. Doug Posted 27 Aug , 7: Which I fed 1x and stopped. She was at the vet's for 2 days, we would bring her home at night to be with us.
Message the moderators to open discussion or use with the [Discussion] or [Help] tags. Posts are automatically locked. Titles of [RIP] posts must be in the following format: That's got to me way more lubrication than a 33 lb Schnauzer's stomach can handle.
I think the dog will be ok but cleaning after her might be little trying. BTW do you strip your dog? If she wants it, you could feed her a light meal in the morning I would think. Just something to keep an eye on. Remember me if this is a private computer. I guess that I could have fed her peroxide and made her throw up the rest, but alas it might be too late for that.
Most healthy dogs recover from pancreatitis with supportive veterinary care, but older dogs or dogs with diabetes have a harder time recovering. I never feed "people food" to my dog.
She actually ate a stick of butter!!!!!
You should see my dog on the rare occasion we really have to yell at him. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. Yesterday I felt like she pee'd more than usual My dog ate a whole stick of butter, what kind of hell awaits us?
Balance a Treat Results. If possible, include information about your general location, otherwise responses will likely target the average US dog owner. And the dog was fine. You should see my dog on the rare occasion we really have to yell at him.
Veterinary clinics see a swift increase in a disorder called pancreatitis after Christmas and Thanksgiving because dogs get into all sorts of fatty foods like turkey and heavily buttered dishes. Message the moderators to open discussion or use with the [Discussion] or [Help] tags.
I left my 50 pound dog with a room mate and went out to dinner. When I came back she told me the news. What are we dealing with here?.
She has been stealing food lately but 1 lb. He brought the empty butter dish to me the next day as if I was supposed to fill it up again. Dog ate stick of butter, wrapper and all One of my standard poodles ate a pound of butter once and had no problems She's totally normal so far, back to her usual self.
Jsut make sure she stays hydrated and she should be ok. Experience the world of cake decorating like never before with Cake Central Magazine! I left my 50 pound dog with a room mate and went out to dinner.
My lb dog ate a whole stick of butter a few hours ago. Is this Older dogs are also more prone to it but so are overweight females.
Please consider pet insurance or set aside a small amount of money every month for future veterinary expenses. Do not downvote because you disagree. Jsut make sure she stays hydrated and she should be ok. They also said that we are imagining it when they 'hang their head' because dogs can't feel guilt I just had her at the vets 2 weeks ago on suspected Kennel Cough, ended up with 2 week supply of Doxy for suspected tick born disease My 20lbs Boston Terrier got a hold of a stick of butter last year. She was fine after 24hrs.
He brought the empty butter dish to me the next day as if I was supposed to fill it up again. Dog ate stick of butter, wrapper and all I'd say you dodged the bullet then. The [Fluff] tag cannot be used to post ordinary dog pictures. I gotta hope that a one time offense will not trigger a pancreatic attack
Dog ate stick of butter, wrapper and all I'm thinking Metamucil. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Join us on Discord: Please note we are still working on the site, so its appearance may change from time to time over the next few days. Use with the [Link] tag when linking to an outside web source. Multiple tags are fine. I'm glad she didn't get sick because I love her but I am ready to wring her neck!