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Old September 3rd 05, 12:50 PM
White Monkey
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Default Farm Food rawhide

Hi,

Farm Food brand makes rawhide which they claim is "fully digestible" to
prevent any pieces making it through to form a blockage. Saskia (1 1/2
year old Dane) also has a
strong inclination to chew everything into very small pieces before
swallowing.

Her SA is manifesting as a tendency to shred paper lately, and she has
started going beyond the bounds of the "decoy pile". Yesterday she ate my
college application, three days ago she ate my hospital ID card, and today
she shredded Walter's favorite wooden puzzle piece, the hot air balloon. I
sure would like to leave some strategically placed rawhide here! Anything
else except the smoked bones is gone to quickly, and those make her face
break out. What do you think?

--Katrina



 




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