My Dog Ate A Bag Of Greenies

Hello, thank you for contacting our service. In conclusion, there seems to be nothing to worry about at the moment. I think she had mild digestive system symptoms (vomiting and diarrhea) because she ate too much Greenies at once. These mild digestive system symptoms will return to normal in three days. Please keep an eye on her for any other problems during that time. Thank you. 17 people found this helpful

– she got into the greenies on Friday between 4-9 pm – she puked 3 times on Saturday at 7 am and there was a very VERY small amount of blood – she was fine for the rest of Saturday. She still had a bounce her step, would get up and walk around, but she did nap a lot. – Today, she wasn’t sick at all in the early morning but at around 10-11 am she had diarrhea. She hasn’t had diarrhea since. – I stopped feeding her kibble and put her on the boiled and chicken rice. She’s been eating that at 9:30 am and 6 pm since Saturday evening. – it’s now 6:30 and she seems fine. I haven’t noticed a change in behavior, panting or anything that would cause major concern but this is the first time I’ve had a dog eat that many greenies before and she’s older. Do I need to be worried? When should I be concerned? What to watch out for?

Top best answers to the question «What if my dog eats a whole bag of greenies»

You can pop it down her throat and chase it with some water so she swallows. If she will eat then put it in a treat. You could also crush it and give it with water in a syringe. B​ile vomiting is often due to an excess amount of acid in the stomach or a problem with gastrointestinal motility.

Those who are looking for an answer to the question «What if my dog eats a whole bag of greenies?» often ask the following questions:

What happens if my dog eats too many greenies?

Too many Greenies can make your dog sick. Dogs may develop digestive issues, or if large pieces of the Greenies were swallowed, they could lead to an intestinal blockage.


What happens if my dog eats a whole bag of dental treats?

None of the ingredients in Bright Dental are toxic to dogs, even when your dog eats an entire bag of chews. Your dog might get an upset stomach or other indigestion, like they would from eating too much of pretty much anything.

What happens if dog eats too much Greenies?

If you feed Greenies as treats to your pet, be alert for signs of retching, trouble swallowing, difficult breathing, vomiting, or lethargy. If observed, contact your veterinarian immediately. If you are feeding Greenies®, make sure you are feeding the correct size relative to the size of your dog.

Can a dog digest a greenie?

GREENIES™ Dental Chews contain highly soluble ingredients that break down in any pH. An in vitro disappearance method can be used as a model of digestibility. A recent in vitro disappearance test showed that samples of GREENIES™ Dental Chews do indeed “digest” similar to how they would inside a dog’s digestive tract.

Can Greenies cause intestinal blockage?

We told the vet that the last thing our dog ate was a Greenie. The vet informed us that Greenies are known to cause intestinal blockage in some cases.