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This is not uncommon in young dogs and most often, the corn cob will either be digested or slid through his tract and not cause any harm. In a rare occasion, this could cause an intestinal obstruction and you would know this if sweet Dotty started vomiting and becomes lethargic. For now, I would just watch her and make sure that this comes through. At this point, there is no need to ring your vet.Does that make sense to you?
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Thank you so much for your kind rating. It is very much appreciated! Even though you have rated, we can still communicate. If you have other questions, please Reply. I am always happy to help. I am sure sweet Dotty will do great!Have a wonderful day!