Here`s another great article:
I’ve had my wonderful puppy for 4 days. Yesterday he started chewing everything in sight (he’s 14 weeks and is starting to teeth a little) and I’m constantly prying things out of his mouth. I’ve kept an eye on him unless he’s sleeping or in his crate, where he can’t get anything.
Early morning he vomited a clear, thick liquid (it looked like spit, honestly). We went outside afterwards and he still wanted treats and acted normal. We went back to bed and now he’s thrown up again, only this time there was a piece of chewed up plastic! I have no idea what it was.
We’re going to the vet shortly, but I’m so worried for him. How did he even get any plastic? I’m so confused and hope he will be okay.
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