Can dogs eat soup

Can dogs eat soup

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Can dogs eat soup? It depends.

My mother was at the doctor's office with a few of my aunts the other day and asked my grandmother to try to keep my little nephew from eating his lunch. He was stuffing something into his mouth, but she didn't know what, and didn't want him to choke or get indigestion. The doctor took some blood, asked a few questions, and pronounced that all was okay. I thought it was kind of silly for a minute, and my mother told her to ignore me. After all, this is the second time this week that my mother had to remind someone that my grandmother is not a doctor. And while there are a few things about me that my grandmother knows I am not supposed to eat, she's had a lot more trning than I've had.

A couple of days ago, my mother and her mother were talking about my grandmother's impending trip to Mexico for a week. My grandmother's son was planning to come with her, and my mother was wondering if he'd be bringing her any meals while she was gone. My grandmother, who hasn't been to Mexico in 30 years, sd that she doesn't remember that happening. My mother sd, "Well, he has a dog."

"Yes," she sd, "my dog can eat soup." I'm guessing the dog was the source of the confusion, since dogs don't eat soup.

This morning, I got a text from a friend that sd her dog has been eating her chicken soup. I got a little alarmed. I didn't know if she was all right or if her dog was trying to get at her food. I asked her if she thought she should call the vet, but she thought it was just a regular chicken soup, not bone broth.

So I called the doctor. He sd the same thing she did: he didn't know how old the dog was, but if it were his, he'd say, "She can eat soup." So I called the vet. He sd he knew this dog and that she had eaten chicken soup before. I called my mom, since it was her dog. She sd she thought the dog ate dog food and maybe had an upset tummy. The vet sd the dog could be fine.

"Maybe she got one of those dog biscuits that you put in hot water and then she got some in her," he sd. My mom told me about her dog getting a bone, which she thinks is what made her sick, but there's no way to know for sure. I guess the best thing to do is keep an eye on her for a while. But I don't know if I'd want to take the chance.

This morning my husband asked me why my grandmother was eating soup. He thought she was having an upset tummy. I guess it's possible that she is having an upset tummy, and that my grandmother is eating soup, and that my sister is worried about her grandmother, but I still think it's possible that she is taking it for a dog.

I don't know. Sometimes I wonder if I've got the same problem that I had as a kid. My mother says it's not a problem, and that I should just relax, but it seems like it's a problem for a lot of people. So I am going to worry about it a little bit, and I'm going to keep my grandmother's dog from eating soup.

If your dog eats soup, does it taste weird? Like the "meaty" part of meatloaf? Or is it just watery? I always worry that my dogs are eating my food!

I would recommend not leaving her alone. Dogs can get into everything, and they can be much more destructive than you realize. Also, take her to the vet if you aren't sure she's OK. She might have an upset tummy, which isn't so bad, but you don't want to take a chance on something being wrong.

Just my two cents, for what it's worth!


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No problem, we just don't like each other very much and don't get along well. I would call the vet anyway, since it could be something simple, but I really think she's fine, because she hasn't really gotten sick in a long time. The doctor sd that there are some other conditions she could have, but she doesn't think they're serious enough to worry about.

I guess I'm more concerned about my dog eating my food than the dog eating my grandmother's food. But I do want to make sure that she's not really sick.

The vet is just checking out her teeth. Her teeth are fine. They cleaned her up and gave her a shot, and she's fine. They're probably just checking to see if there are any signs of infection.


"We don't always love those we love the most... But sometimes we get to meet those we love the most in the most unexpected way."

If she's in pn, or is in discomfort, or is getting diarrhea, there's definitely something wrong. My mom and grandma have both had dogs before that were really ill and it's always the result of either a bad dose of pills or something else they're allergic to.

Dogs can get into things and there can be health problems and the vet is probably just wanting to be sure that nothing is seriously wrong.

If my dog were acting out, I'd be all over her, and make sure she was okay.

But I'm not. I'm just trying to keep an eye on it, because my grandmother is going to Mexico for a week, and I don't know what she'll be eating, and there's nothing she can do about it.


"We don't always love those we love the most... But sometimes we get to meet those we love the most in the most unexpected way."

Thanks, everybody! My grandmother hasn't had any of the