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PostSubject: Mylo being a bad, bone crazed puppy!   Tue Sep 15, 2015 4:18 am

Mylo took advantage of my temporarily blind right eye tonight…lol
So while eating some caldo de pollo (chicken soup), the chicken I was biting in to fell in to the bowl and splashed a little bit and a drop went in my right eye Mad ughhh…I must mention that it was a little spicy so it stung quite a bit.
Of course this delectable chicken brothy meal has Mylo's attention, he's been sitting to my side quietly and desperately wishing I just give him my entire bowl. Finished the soup and theres a little bit of chicken breast on the bone left with some skin. I'm getting up holding my bowl with my right hand…my right eye is still temporarily gone, hurting when I open it…so as I'm getting up BOOOOM Mylo quickly hops and snatches that chicken breast bone remain that was in the bowl affraid I was like OMG freakin Mylo took advantage of the situation! I didn't even see him cause my eye..I didn't get mad at him or did any reaction really I just acted like it didn't happen. I was nervous that he might have snatched up the half a corn cob that was in there too but he didn't get that.

So yeah that was Mylo being a bad, quick puppy lol I felt like typing the story here for some enjoyment haha
In the end it's not so bad cause it's in his dna to eat bones but we don't give him bones so when he gets the chance he takes it. I think this is the fourth time he rejoices in victory but the first time like this lol
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PostSubject: Re: Mylo being a bad, bone crazed puppy!   Tue Sep 15, 2015 11:58 am

They always take advantage of bad situations don't they! They know when a situation is most advantageous.

Was the bone cooked? (Cooked bones can splinter and cause a whole mess of damage internally)
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PostSubject: Re: Mylo being a bad, bone crazed puppy!   Tue Sep 15, 2015 12:14 pm

Ohh yeah, I'm just glad he did it to me and not my girlfriends father cause he would've gotten so pissed! And Yeah the soup had whole pieces of chicken in it, legs, thighs, but mine had a breast in it. He's been acting as usual but I'm watching him.
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PostSubject: Re: Mylo being a bad, bone crazed puppy!   Tue Sep 15, 2015 1:03 pm

sorry to hear about your eye. hope Mylo is alright with the eating of the bone and all, hopefully it was a small bone so it get digested faster.
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PostSubject: Re: Mylo being a bad, bone crazed puppy!   Tue Sep 15, 2015 1:22 pm

I put an eye drop on the eye and it felt better quickly and the chicken used for the soup wasn't the usual chicken bought at the grocery store, it was a small breast. It was a small farm raised chicken that my girlfriends mom got from a friend.
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