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Hello, thanks for your answer, but problem is she is allergic to rice. Is there something else I can give her. I feed her a dehydrated food right now. It is Grandma Lucy Pure Performance and the base is chick pea with other vegetables and chicken, dehydrated when I take it out then mix with water for rehydration when she eats it. Will this type of regular food be okay instead of rice. She is not fed kibble. Her food is pure human grade ingredients eaten as a soft but thicker soup like. I also gave her some coconut water which can help with bowel movement.
Ok, thank you. I will try the pumpkin and hope for the best. It seems the best route is to see if she will pass them and not try to make them come back up by inducing vomiting. I have another Pomeranian boy and when he eats anything that is too large he tends to vomit it sometimes. He does not chew his food very well and sometimes he has larger chunks of carrots he vomits. Will she do this with the olive pits? She does not ever do the vomiting thing because she usually chews her food, but in the case of these olive pits she was in a hurry to get away with her bad behavior. Do you think it will pass or may she vomit it?
What is the chance that 4 olive pits may cause an obstruction? I am very concerned about letting that happen if there is something to do now to prevent that. Is it likely she will pass them in her stool okay?
Ok thank you. I will try the pumpkin.