My Dog Just Ate 38 Reece's Minis

So my girl has done it all, I came home from my last final yesterday only to see that Eve had eaten an entire bag (38 count) of the Reeces minis. She vomited a ton yesterday (apologize for the image); and is a coonhound&Lab mutt that weighs about 60 lbs. Has anyone experienced something like this before? I'm a little worried but she's eaten everything, so I presume she'll be fine!



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  • hogans71hogans71 Ain't no change in the weather, ain't no changes in me Members Posts: 10,704 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    I'm not sure the amount of chocolate involved but monitor it a bit. As I'm sure you know, that can mess with their liver. Then again, I've known friends whose dogs ate everything that was supposedly bad...



    Not to alarm of course. But as I'm sure you can tell I have a few of them. Best of luck..
  • RJRJRJRJRJRJ Members Posts: 5,935 ✭✭
    If she threw up, that probably got a lot of it out. Plus, she's pretty big and from what I know, a dog would have to eat quite a bit for it to hurt them. And IIRC I *think* milk chocolate isn't quite as bad as more potent chocolate. Just keep a close eye on her. Half the time these dogs would be cheaper if they just ate the cash directly out of your wallet.
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  • WilliamTigheWilliamTighe Members Posts: 342
    Thanks for the info guys. I'll post any updates here if I can.
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  • hogans71hogans71 Ain't no change in the weather, ain't no changes in me Members Posts: 10,704 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    RJRJRJ wrote:


    I Half the time these dogs would be cheaper if they just ate the cash directly out of your wallet.




    ha ha!!



    I'm certain I spent way more on my Dalmatian's knee surgery then I did for BOTH my knee scopes...



    Anything for my boy though- may he rest in peace... image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
  • KaysquareKaysquare Puppyluv Members Posts: 2,179 ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    If she's okay a day after she should be just fine, especially since she's a big dog. I once had a Shepherd who ate a whole box of chocolate covered cherries (only he left the cherries on the floor), and he also ate one of those round bank-like tube boxes of Tootsie Rolls. After that, I stopped wrapping those kinds of things & putting them under the tree. The day he ate the tootsie rolls I'd come home during lunch break because I'd had to leave him in the house due to really bad weather. Anyway, when I walked in I immediately saw all the tootsie roll wrappers all over the place. Where was HE??? He was on my bed with his head under the pillows. Of course, he thought I couldn't see him that way. God....I loved that dog!!!!!! I can still get tears & he's been gone 20 yrs.
  • RookieBlue7RookieBlue7 Members Posts: 13,158 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    My cousin's dog once ate a glass Mason jar (1 pint). He literally would eat anything.
  • rockford35rockford35 Members Posts: 667 ✭✭
    The darker the chocolate, the worse off it is for the dog. If it's milk chocolate, and the cheapest milk chocolate like any confection has in it, the dog will be fine.



    Our beagles got into a package of After Eight mints a couple winters ago. After devouring the lion's share of the mints, the male proceeded to puke on our bed. Lovely.



    In the meantime, we put them both outside while we changed the sheets and cleaned up. Turns out, the male puked again outside and the female ate it (dogs are so dumb). After we deemed them ok to come inside, the female proceeded to puke on our bed.



    This is pretty much how my life rolls.



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  • WilliamTigheWilliamTighe Members Posts: 342
    I feel like every dog owner has a great story or two that involves food. This one time my family came home to find my dog eve in the kitchen with a pizza box on the ground and my other dog Sophie sitting by the door outside!
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  • RJRJRJRJRJRJ Members Posts: 5,935 ✭✭


    I feel like every dog owner has a great story or two that involves food. This one time my family came home to find my dog eve in the kitchen with a pizza box on the ground and my other dog Sophie sitting by the door outside!




    I had a dog who used to grab potted plants by the trunk and run around the house with them while we were gone. Shattered pots, dirt everywhere. We started having to lock her in the laundry room when we would leave, and eventually she figured out how to turn the round knob with her mouth and escape. She was truly psychotic.
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  • hogans71hogans71 Ain't no change in the weather, ain't no changes in me Members Posts: 10,704 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭


    I feel like every dog owner has a great story or two that involves food. This one time my family came home to find my dog eve in the kitchen with a pizza box on the ground and my other dog Sophie sitting by the door outside!






    No question about it...





    My Dalmatian once HOPPED on the counter and took not one but TWO bone in ribeyes, devoured them, then went about his business like nothing had happened. Once I came back in from firing up the grill, etc , I'm looking around like, what the ****? There is NO WAY he could get to them. Then I realized he was still carrying around one of the bones- I could do nothing but smile and laugh. I mean, he got to them!



    Deep down he knew he was wrong though... image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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  • WrigglesWriggles Members Posts: 3,249 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    I venture Eve will be fine. I still miss my dear girl Wriggles, a Benji type, who passed in 2004 at almost 16. ( She cost me a great deal for a number of operations and vet visits, but she was well worth it. She was my best buddy!) She once dug up leftover fish that she swiped from the table, several months after the fact. Ate same with no ill effects.



    My next door neighbors got a beautiful golden retriever puppy in February. Since they both work, I've "adopted" it, and let it out several times a day. Penny and I have become good pals, and she now weighs at least 60 pounds. She will tear apart anything in her reach and try to eat it. Clothes, shoes, plastic items shredded, even Christmas lights pulled and chewed. I worry about what items she might have ingested, but she seems no worse the wear.



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  • KaysquareKaysquare Puppyluv Members Posts: 2,179 ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    I once was a petsitter for a little Schnauzer. She would take the dish towels & washcloths that she could reach & bury them in the potted plants scattered around her house. ....sometimes she'd bury socks too. They all have their funny little quirks. One of my favorite Shepherds over the years had a fetish for wet washcloths. If he found one in the bathroom he'd put it on the floor & roll all over it, on his back, his side, his head...too funny to watch. We got to where we'd leave a wet one out for him so he could feel like he'd "stolen" it. A stolen wet washcloth was much more fun!
  • ImpImp Fueled Members Posts: 6,022 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    The issue isn't the chocolate, but the peanut butter. An amount like that could cause an acute reaction pancreatitis. Enough can kill a dog. If I'm a betting man, a vet trip (or just a call to your vet) might be a good call.



    I wish you luck with your pup.



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  • TheMackDaddyTheMackDaddy SEATTLEJr. Boomers Posts: 4,735 ✭✭
    We used to have an Irish Setter who lived through pretty much everything. He ate chocolate, rat poison, and got ran over by the mail truck and STILL lived. He lived to be 12 years old.
  • WilliamTigheWilliamTighe Members Posts: 342
    Imp wrote:


    The issue isn't the chocolate, but the peanut butter. An amount like that could cause an acute reaction pancreatitis. Enough can kill a dog. If I'm a betting man, a vet trip (or just a call to your vet) might be a good call.



    I wish you luck with your pup.



    --kC




    KC,



    I can fall asleep easier tonight knowing she's eaten an entire jar of peanut butter before lol. I appreciate your concern though! She's looking and feeling a lot better.
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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,912 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Growing up my family's dog ate an entire bag of toll house chocolate chips. We still have no idea how the little guy got the bag. He was

    Vomiting, shaking, etc for a good 24 hours
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  • bigred90gtbigred90gt Lefty Boomers Posts: 4,426 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    My grandmother used to feed her dog M&Ms by the handful.



    As mentioned earlier, the darker the chocolate, the worse it is for them. The weak milk chocolate used in cheap candies is rather harmless, unless they eat a boatload of it. I would think they would get full before they ate enough to do any damage, especially in the thin layer like on the Reese's.
  • RJRJRJRJRJRJ Members Posts: 5,935 ✭✭


    We used to have an Irish Setter who lived through pretty much everything. He ate chocolate, rat poison, and got ran over by the mail truck and STILL lived. He lived to be 12 years old.




    LOL Im laying in bed with an epic hangover and this cheered me up.
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    MackDaddy,



    my Springer Spaniel (Barney) lived to be 14. He was hit by a mail truck at just over a year and broke his hip. He had a hip operation that left him with a funny looking walk, but he could still motor. He suffered from an acute anxiety disorder and would eat anything and everything he could get his mouth around. One sunny day (just shy of his 4th birthday) he began to **** blood (literally blood) and we rushed him to the vet. An X-ray revealed that his stomach/colon were filled with bizarre objects. A GIJoe figure and a wool slipper among the most outrageous. He had emergency surgery to save his life. He travelled everywhere with our family and I miss the sight of his flappy gums and tongue hanging out the car window. He's been gone for five years and I think of him often.



    William,



    I hope your doggy is well.



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    Hope everything turned out ok!
  • WilliamTigheWilliamTighe Members Posts: 342
    She seems to be ok for all those concerned!
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  • TVGMTVGM Members Posts: 366
    My grandfather was a small animal veterinarian for almost 50 years. He said there's only two things he never saw kill a dog, chocolate and chicken bones.
  • ImpImp Fueled Members Posts: 6,022 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Happy to hear it. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />



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  • adams603adams603 Members Posts: 522
    My 10 year old daughter won a jar or Reese cups at school by guessing how many were in the jar. There were 212, she came home put it on her desk and we went to B-Ball practice. My 12 year old lab that weighs 100 lbs ate them all. And yes he threw up all over the place at 3:00am. The next day he got in the pantry and ate a 3lb bag of rigatoni. That night I went to pet smart and bought a cage.
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    My beagle ate everything it could. We took everything away from him we possibly could and he tore up the tile off the floor somehow and ate that. He was fine everytime except once he ate/drank an entire quart of oil. Bottle and all. He was down for a good 2 weeks. He refused to eat, we had to make him browned hamburger and white rice. He ate that. Then we went to a small piece dog food with hamburger grease dripped over it. He lapped that up. Eventually back to normal. Crazy dog.
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    Oh, and FYI, never feed a dog popcorn. They can't get the kernels unstuck like humans can with floss/finger nails. So the kernel will get stuck and agitate and often lead to tooth loss.
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    Glad you dog is ok. I had a Jack Russel that ate 6 scones and a bag of flour. Another time a heating pad, luckily she threw that up.

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    My beagle ate everything it could. We took everything away from him we possibly could and he tore up the tile off the floor somehow and ate that. He was fine everytime except once he ate/drank an entire quart of oil. Bottle and all. He was down for a good 2 weeks. He refused to eat, we had to make him browned hamburger and white rice. He ate that. Then we went to a small piece dog food with hamburger grease dripped over it. He lapped that up. Eventually back to normal. Crazy dog.




    omg this is so true. My sister had a beagle sheppard mix. Looked like a fat beagle. When she passed away, I took the dog. She would come over and regale me with tales about his eating habbits. He consumed parts of remote controls, 2 different cell phones, a good portion of a 3 foot length of 1/2" dowel rod.. And i dismissed it as her being unable to "control her animal' Well he showed me quickly he was relentless. he destroyed anything i left in places he could get too easily and a few things i still have no idea how he got. Incredible



    He too once ate a shockingly large amount of chocolate and It did nothing but make him an uncontrollable spaz for about 13 hours. He would not stop, constant motion. Never puked but laid around the next day and slept.
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  • BIG STUBIG STU Members Posts: 11,532 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    We had a Boston terrier that ate a beer can. We did have to take her to the Vet to have it surgically removed. Bostons are kin to Billy goats they will eat anything.

    We have a Pit Lab mix at work (towing company) that is absolutely a garbage disposal. she will eat plastic pieces off of wrecked cars if you don't watch and an unattached seat does not have a chance. We have to put the wrecks with hanging pieces in a special place away from her.

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