During the night my 8 month old Daisy ate a portion of a hard plastic toy that appeared to be made out of old tire but now that it's torn up, I see it wasn't. It 'belonged' to our old dog who doesn't like it and we had given it to Daisy just yesterday afternoon.
I didn't realize she'd chewed it up until she made an 'ouch' sort of sound when pooping and I saw all the black plastic. She's had another good sized bm since then and it was 90% plastic. I THINK she's pooped it all out and there was no blood on the bm (med. brown bm) and no mucous. Some of the pieces were an inch long and sort of sharp!
She's bugging my old dog, playing, eating and drinking fine and I've touched her tummy with no complaints. She has a vet appt. on Thursday for a recheck on a minor ear infection.
She'll chew up anything we give her! She has a Kong toy she can't 'eat' and some true bones that she's worn down with her teeth but any toy, even Scooter's 9 year old favorites, are fair game.
She's eating well and drinking well. I am concerned but as much as I've found in her BM, there couldn't be more than a tiny bit left, if any. She played ball with me and has acted fine all day. It's been 8 hours since the BM and probably closer to 12 hours since she ate the plastic. She's only 33 lbs but always has huge, big dog BM's. Bigger than my 106 lb black labs!
Here's the toy
In the photo, the largest plastic piece is actually two pieces up against each other.
I called my vet who said to watch her but since she's passed so much, she should be fine. I'm still scared, tho.