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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-10-2009, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
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ate a whole box of liver treat!

apparently eating a whole box of Bill Jack Liver treats makes you thirsty. Or thats why my crew says anyway.

somehow the got a box of liver treats and ate all of them. It was almost a full 5 oz box.
I came home to lunch and noticed the empty box, cardboard half ate and a bowl of empty water. I filled it up and they drank about half of the bowl!

I guess they will be fine. I am debating on calling the vet or not.


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My dogs have done that before have were just fine.





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they may get the runs but should be ok.

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I bet those mean dogs of mine talked my poor sweet kitty in to knocking them off of the kitchen table for them.


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I've heard a few people say that their dogs were drinking a lot when they fed Bil-jac. I haven't checked the ingredients, but perhaps more sodium in them?

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I think that liver may be naturally salty.

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I think they are probably salty too, sorta like jerky!


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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-23-2009, 03:03 AM
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Ohh bless them. The liver sounds safe to eat, it should be fine for them.

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