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    oh my goodness! I worry about that all the time. I am constantly scouring for stuff on the floor, and still wind up having to pry things from Bandit's mouth. I do hope Finn passes it without having any major intervention, and it sounds like the pneumonia could be a bigger problem.

    Here are hugs to you and wishes for a speedy recovery.

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    to you and Finn. hope he is better is soon and you can stop worrying about him

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    My then 2 year old blenheim swallowed a cat toy he found at the pet sitter's (you can bet we don't take our dogs there anymore!!). It became impacted and was unable to be passed. He was really ill and ended up with surgery, losing 2 feet of his intestines which had become gangrenous in a very short period of time. I'm not saying this to worry you, but to let you know that Oliver came out of this like a champ. He is now 7+ years old and has no digestive problems. He doesn't have to eat special food and his poops are perfectly normal. Hopefully Finn will be able to pass it on his own, or even with some massage help. It is so sad to see them so acutley ill. Your heart just breaks. Keeping my fingers crossed that he's able to pass it soon . I'll be thinking about you all night. Please keep us all posted.
    Bev, Oliver (7 yr old blen), Riley (6 yr old bl & tan), Madison (5 yr old ruby) and Oz (1 yr old tri)

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    Hoping Finn is able to pass his obstruction. My brother's golden ate an entire corn cob, she spent a couple of days at the vet's office under observation and eventually passed it on her (with a little bit of "help"). She went on to live a long healthy life.

    Hoping we heard good news soon.
    Cathy
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    Thinking of you and Finn. I hope he's better soon.
    Cathy Moon
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    Thoughts and prayers for Finn that he is able to get rid of this ? And for you for holding up this very long day
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    Finn's Mum,

    It is good that they have found out what is wrong, and I hope for an update from you shortly with good news. Until then, we are all thinking of you and wish you and Finn the best.
    Jan
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    Hope Finn is on his way to recovery .

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    Keep us updated,

    I hope he is a little better for you today? Finn we all send hugs your way ((x))

    Alison x

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    This must be so frightening and worrying. I hope he has passed the item and will not need surgery.
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