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Stories of dogs swallowing unbelievable objects.

Latest episodes

aired 675 days ago
A look at some canines with a serious sweet tooth that will leave some of these pets in life-threatening situations.
aired 675 days ago
Dogs who gulp down everything from lavish objects to dollar bills, often leading to serious surgeries and expensive medical bills.
aired 675 days ago
A taste for something on the farm; a Jack Russell Terrier gets hooked; an epileptic Saint Bernard takes more than his daily dose.
aired 675 days ago
A Siberian-Husky with a mystery diagnosis; an Old English Sheepdog wrapped up in the holiday spirit; a Golden Retriever with a treat.
aired 735 days ago
A dog eats two batteries and a rock; a dog eats two boxes of cereal, box and all.
aired 735 days ago
A dog overdoses on muscle relaxants; a dog eats 28 tampons; a cat eyes a needle and thread.
aired 735 days ago
Dogs get into trouble by endangering a marriage ceremony.
aired 735 days ago
A dog consumes a lethal dose of rat poison; a dog eats three tennis balls; a cockatoo eats 74 zipper teeth.
aired 735 days ago
A skewered corncob; thong underwear; a five-foot leash; 27 baby pacifiers; a chew toy; $800.
aired 777 days ago
A German Shepherd snacks on its owner's hobby; a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a bad hair day; a yellow Labrador ruins breakfast for his owner.
aired 777 days ago
A Dachshund's toxic snack; a Mastiff's serve; a Beagle that licks up just about everything except the kitchen sink.

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