Our own administrator's (glock26USMC) police dog "Tyson" has fallen ill, and is now at the veterinarian hospital in critical condition. Please say a prayer for one of our own 4 legged heroes!
it was hair, he ingested it, and could not digest it through his intestines
I had a little Boston Terrier years ago who loved to chase Frisbees. Except once he got it he'd play 'keep away' and chew on it. He suddenly stopped eating and seemed quite ill. An x-ray showed something blocking his intestines. I okayed him to have surgery and the doctor showed me what he retrieved out of my dog's stomach. It was a piece of the rim of a Frisbee. My dog recovered quite nicely and returned to a normal life in short order. I suspect ole Tyson will work again. Tyson could very well have had "stuffing" in him. I don't give my dogs toys they can destroy. If I want them to chew something to smithereens, I give them rawhide, pig ears, etc. If you want to play with your dog with stuffed toys, take them away when you are done playing.i still think he destroyed a stuffed animal, and it was the stuffing of the inside of the animal