Our doggies love to eat, sometimes so much, that they don’t know what not to eat. Here are a few of the strangest things found in a dogs stomach.
1. Candy Corn
“Trick or Treat will never be the same”
This ended up resulting in orange barf all across the rug.
2. A thong.
“My underwear just kept going missing, then one day, it all made sense”
It didn’t come out nearly as dainty as this or even in one piece for that matter.
3. Five rubber ducks
“She just kept buying them when they went missing, until she actually saw the dog eat her sons ducky, right out of the tub.”
5 missing rubber ducks is enough to drive anyone quackers. A toy truck was also found in the stomach
4. A whole bag of Jolly Ranchers
“Still wrapped, of course.”
5. A whole frozen turkey
He apparently felt quite… fowl after this.
“He opened the freezer by himself, boy did that dog pass a lot of wind.”
6. Six canisters of Play-Doh and a coffee mug
“The resulting barf painted the backyard in every color of the spectrum.
The handle of the mug was also found.”
7. A set of false teeth
“I wasn’t laughing at the time”
Maybe he just wanted a new chew toy.
8. A 14″ back scratcher
“He swallowed the ball end first and it just slid down after that”
We don’t have a cheesy pun for this one. Although, you’re probably itching to read one.
9. A Playstation 3 controller
“It certainly wasn’t fun at the time, but looking back, it’s kinda funny, still scary though.”
It’s not healthy to play games with you diet.
10. A bible
“It was literally the last place we looked.”
Jonah’s got nothing on this.
11. Fourty three and a half socks.
“Radiographs showed a large unidentified mass and severe distending of the dog’s stomach.”
It’s not like they just walked in there all by themselves. Someone had to have done this.
12. A toy dog
“He’d snuck into her bedroom and snatched it from her doll house.”
You know what they say, “It’s a dog eat dog world.”
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