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Keep an eye on that ham!

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So my sister brought my dog to her fiances house this morning. It's kind of like a Christmas tradition. Anyway, my sisters fiances family roasted a nice Christmas ham and had taken it out of the oven. While everyone was in the family room exchanging gifts my dog somehow got into the kitchen, knocked the ham off the counter, and ate half of it before my sister found him enjoying his own personal Christmas feast and took it away and scolded him.

I'm sure the little shit enjoyed it...

BUT

I am aware that ham can be very bad for dogs. Any veterinarians here? Has anyone had a similar experience. I'm afraid that my dog might get sick and the last thing I want to do on Xmas is drive him to the animal hospital. I did notice when my dog came home he drank A LOT of water.

Thanks in advance

Happy Holidays

John
 

robin

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I had a black lab once that was quite adept at stealing things from the kitchen.
 

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I'd Google it John. Better safe than sorry.
 

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Yea. After extensive googling I have come to the conclusion that my dog got himself into a very bad situation. He can get pacreatitus where the digestive enzymes leak from his pancreas which leads to the pancreas digesting itself (fatal), bloating of his stomach which can cause it to twist and kill him, and the list goes on and on. Great.

My sister is walking him right now. After I'm going to keep a close eye on him and any signs of sickness he's going right to the animal hospital.
 

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why dont you try to enduce vommitting?
 

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inducing vomiting works on this dog. . .

 

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