My two year old yellow labrador got a hold of a whole bag of Swedish fish inside my pocket book and he ate all of it. He doesn’t show any sign of discomfort except that he burped a few times in bed. Will he be alright? It’s already too late to take him to the vet.
Bag Of Swedish Fish
I don’t think Swedish fish are dangerous to dog digestive tracks. If he appears just fine, I wouldn’t worry about it. My dog has sneaked into a variety of foods that haven’t caused her any harm.
I’m sure he’ll be just fine. Anything humans can eat is normally also OK for dogs. In my experience, Swedish Fish does produce a lot of gases, so you may be in for a foul farting spell! 😀
Chocolate is the one confectionary that dogs can’t metabolize it will kill them. Too many sweets too often are bad for them as well. An old lady I knew seemed to have her dogs either at the vets or buried in the garden, they were dropping like flies. One day I quizzed her on their diet and I was shocked. She fed them all types of sweets from pastries to the iconic Australian “Iced Vo Vo”. She was clueless, her only defence was.”Oh but they love sweets so very much”. I love Coke and Smack too but I don’t have them every day, I don’t have them at all, (anymore). Didn’t matter what I said she couldn’t deal with the fact that she’d been killing her doggies with sugar.
He’s a big dog and could probably keep it down. He’ll be alright. My sister feeds her chihuahua and shih-tzu about half a big bag of jelly beans every week and she’s still fine.
my dog ate 3 whole bags of sweetish fish when we weren’t home. We took her to the vet and they said she is ok and to get her it eat so she would poop and get it out of her system faster but that’s it.
well they are like the healthiest candy that one can eat. but a whole bag is a lot. try not to eat to heavy of meals for the rest of the day :]
my papillon got into my bag and ate half my licorice sticks. no problem but stuck in teeth.
I would keep him in a porch or something because he will probably puke it all up, but will be fine afterwards.