Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by lovebunny, May 22, 2006.
what do i do?
Please register to disable this ad.
Chocolate is really dangerous, but a choco donut is not going to have enough actual chocolate to be lethal.
Keep him away from raw cocoa and dark chocolate though.
Hmm...also, it matters how big he is.
Is it a toy poodle?
Don't worry, we've seen a weiner dog eat 6 chocolate chip muffins with "a little extra something" in them and he survived.
ok cool. thanks. hes a sheltie but he weighs about 35 lbs so i think hes allright
I heard a similar story about a chick, her dog and some peanut butter...
Dam, the dog is almost as stupid as you are!
My dog ate a one pound bag of Hershey's Kisses once.
I observed no unusual side effects (other than the chrome poop).
Don't sweat it.
But you might want to rent a steam cleaner if it's an inside dog.
give him some coffee, duh
nah, one donut won't be bad
I thought that was burly?
my dog has eaten 2lbs of chocolate covered pecans and half a can of bakers chocolate. healthy as a horse.
I have a weiner dog, and he stole half of a chocolate chip muffin from me once. The hell, that's weird.
anyone watch The Family Guy last night?
the part where Brian is in the afterlife, talking w/ ernest hemingway, vincent van gogh and kurt cobain?
HA HA, yeah
Damn. Missed it.
i never really watched it much (thought it was a pale version of Simpsons and South Park) but the episodes i saw last night were really funny. good stuff.
Hadn't seen it in ages, but I was glad I saw it last night.
At one point, Stewie says: "None of your bees wax, Ramona!" to Brian. I've been looking for an opportunity to say that to a coworker all freaking day.
Was it a police dog?
My dog has been eating chocolate at least once a week her whole life. She is 14 years old now and is as healthy as can be. She also eats chicken bones and rides with her head out the window. I know I am a bad owner for allowing my dog to do all the things that make her happy.
Hope the doggie ok...
Reminds me of a story my friends wife tells (or it might be a vet joke that she tells as a story of her own, she is like that).
She is a vet, and during her residency (or whatever it is called for vets) the senior vet received a call from a dog owner freaking out because the dog ate almost a half ounce of weed. The conversation went something like...
Doctor (calmly): "Ok sir, do you have any milk on hand?",
Doctor (calmly): "Ok sir, do you have any cookies?",
Doctor (calmly): "Ok sir, do you have a TV?",
Doctor: "Ok, get a bowl, fill it with milk, get a few cookies, set them and the dog in front of the TV. Put some cartoon on, and check on him in a few hours. Call if anything bad happens"
There may have been more "ingredients" in the question and answer portion, but you all get the idea. I thought it was hilarious...
BTW, I loved Family Guys reason for Brian dying, when compared with the austere company he was in... Anyone else think that it was kinda cheap for FG to simply recycle the Stewie movie and call it a Season Finale?
My dog ate an entire box of chocolate covered cherries. Rather thasn risk it, I gave her a half cup of Hydrogen Peroxide usig a turkey baster and put her outside. About 20 minutes later, no more chocolate.
That wasn't as bad as the time she ate 4 Vivarin as a puppy. a 6 month old Rottie hopped up, not nice.
Buy another doughnut...you obviously didn't get a chance to enjoy it...
Donuts may look like empty calories. But, the sugar, fat and salt content present in it may affect your Fido’s healthy lifestyle. As a practice treat, it may lead to serious health issues like pancreatitis, diabetes, joint pain and much more issues. There is a greater chance of consuming chocolate donuts, which may even cause death. So, it’s better to avoid donuts in any form particularly no choco!! If you want to afford some donuts to your dog, then share him once in a year in limits!!
Weirdest bot ever.
Wtf, I bet that dog is long dead too. One time my old dog stole a peanut butter and shroom bagel. Poor little guy had a great time.
Was it slithering this way and that?
No he ran around real fast and barked at stuff that wasn't there.
I know that feel.
I think google is a better choice to search in this situation. An RM thread is gonna move really slowly compared to googling "my dog ate a chocolate donut"
I kind of like him. Can we keep it?!
Are you going to walk it, feed it and clean up after it?
until i loose interest cuz the little bugger out grew his cute-ness.
With a little imagination, everything tastes like chocolate. Or chicken.
Just dont give it any choco donut.
My dog will never give up crunch Donettes.
With shroom bagels everything can taste like plaid.