3 Holiday Dog Treat Recipes for Your Pup’s KONG These three recipes are just a few of the many fun ways you can use your dog’s KONG during the holidays. Put the KONG dog treats in a sealed plastic bag.
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The poor pet was discovered by a dog walker who visited the park (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA inspector Sarah Bagley, who handled the shocking discovery, said: ‘This is one of the worst things I’ve dealt with so far as an RSPCA inspector.
“My own dog ate 499 Q-tips when I was in vet school and he just passed cotton in his feces for several days,” Liff said. Craziest thing eaten: A whole dog toy. “In situations like this, a dog toy could cause obstruction,” Liff said.
Start by bending over and picking up your dog poo — known as the “downward dog position” — THEN PUT IT IN A BIN.”Local resident Julie Murden was walking past the sign, took a picture on her phone and posted it on the Dullingham Village Community Group’s Facebook page.“This funny notice has appeared on one of our footpaths.