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  1. #1
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    Default Good thing I feed grain free.....

    ....cause the dog just ate

    1.) One entire brand new box of Kashi cereal
    2.) 7 rice cakes
    3.) 1 box of 12 packs assorted oatmeal

    I forsee farts in the near future....


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    O M G! I feel sorry for you and your family!



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    Run out and get some digestive enzymes capsules (hemicellulase, cellulase, galactocidase), it will help.

    Paula
    He is total garbage! Quick! Hide him on my trailer (Petstorejunkie).



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    at least it's Kashi.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Bristol Bay View Post
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    I would be verrrryyyyy surprised if those got left within reach, so who is the thief? I bet your poor Poo is the victim!



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    Maybe he had a craving...?

    Good luck to you all!



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    Haha, the geriatric pitty is the culprit. She wouldnt leave ANY crumbs for the poodle, thats for sure! At 13 years old, this is probably her 500th food bloat. She has developed opposable thumbs and jedi-mind tricks the cat to toss food off the shelves for her. I seriously don;t know how she does it. She once opened a pack of excel gum, and pulled each piece out with leaving the wrapper behind.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishTheBunny View Post
    Haha, the geriatric pitty is the culprit. She wouldnt leave ANY crumbs for the poodle, thats for sure! At 13 years old, this is probably her 500th food bloat. She has developed opposable thumbs and jedi-mind tricks the cat to toss food off the shelves for her. I seriously don;t know how she does it. She once opened a pack of excel gum, and pulled each piece out with leaving the wrapper behind.
    this made me laugh! What a character. Hope she feels better soon and you don't need to move out of the house!



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    My last collie was actually the worst of any dog I've ever owned...she could open drawers and cabinet doors. We ended up putting child proof latches on everything. Thankfully she mellowed as she got older. My lab just counter surfs.

    Hope she feels better soon Squish.
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    Good luck and jingles!
    Flip a coin. It's not what side lands that matters, but what side you were hoping for when the coin was still in the air.

    You call it boxed wine. I call it carboardeaux.



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