My Daughter's Miniature Schnauzer by skipt07

My Daughter's Miniature Schnauzer

This little lady has been a part of our youngest daughter's family for 12 years. So you know she is well thought of. Well, last week our daughter left her home while she took her daughter to school. This time my daughter had brought the bird feeders into the house to keep the raccoons from eating the suet and sunflower seeds at night. The dog decided she was going to try the sunflower seeds and got deathly sick. We thought we would lose her. But the vet gave her antibiotics and she is starting to act like her old self. So, if you have small dogs keep them away from black-oil sunflower seeds.
Thats a vital fact to know! The suet would be ok but why get into the seeds - not a normal food for doggies. Glad to hear she is recovering
March 20th, 2020  
I had no idea! We feed our birds black oil sunflower seeds. We don't currently have a dog, having lost our 17 and half year old Molly in December, but we dog sit our grand dog and will most likely get another dog ourselves some day. Sorry your daughter's dog is sick and I will say a little prayer for a complete recovery.
March 20th, 2020  
Oh poor baby! And good to know!
March 20th, 2020  
Oh my good to know though I don't have a dog or sunflower seeds
March 20th, 2020  
A lovely shot and edit - Glad to hear she is recovering !
March 20th, 2020  
Our Mitzi has a habit of eating what falls from the feeders... she is forthwith on restricted access - thank you.
March 20th, 2020  
Oh my goodness! Thankfully the medicine worked!!
March 20th, 2020  
cute
March 27th, 2020  
Oh my! silly dog. Let's hope it has learned a lesson.
March 27th, 2020  
Good to know, anything out of their ordinary diet and too much could make them sick I suppose
March 28th, 2020  
Oh dear, good to know she is getting better.
March 29th, 2020  
Beautiful, used to have one, glad she's getting better...
March 29th, 2020  
Sweet pic. So happy to hear she will be OK! Fav.
Thanks for the warning! I too have a 12 year old schnauzer but she is teacup size at 5 pounds. I feed the birds (what the squirrels don't eat) and she is always searching the yard for what is dropped...mostly the peanuts.
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April 11th, 2020  
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