The Pet Ate WHAT?! This Year's Most Unusual Insurance Claims The Pet Ate WHAT?! This Year's Most Unusual Insurance Claims September 2, 2009 Share This link September 2008: Oops, Wheelbarrow Source: Getty 5 / 16 by POPSUGAR Pets 3 Save 0 Favorite 0 Name: Rider Breed: Belgian Sheepdog Location: Ridgefield, WA Case: This squirrel chaser took off after some speedy rodents and collided headfirst into a decorative wheelbarrow. Ouch! Previous 5 / 16 Next by POPSUGAR Pets 3 Name: Rider Breed: Belgian Sheepdog Location: Ridgefield, WA Case: This squirrel chaser took off after some speedy rodents and collided headfirst into a decorative wheelbarrow. Ouch! ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 0 Follow POPSUGAR Pets Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Chimps Could Soon Have Human Rights Meow! 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I think all dogs eventually swallow something they shouldn't be eating which makes me wonder how on earth would they survive without us! miss leanne 4 years Sorry about the long post. Moral of the story, close every single door, buy hard hampers that your pups can't get into, and don't expect all vets to really care about the well being of your dog over the best gossip :( miss leanne 4 years Ugh, I guess I should share my embarrassing/scary story. A couple of weeks ago our beagle had to have emergency surgery because his digestive system was at a standstill, along with his liver, spleen, and kidneys being enlarged. Nothing showed up on the xray or ultrasound, so the vets were very worried about what caused this. Hanging out of a hole in his intestines was a tiny (1 in tops) piece of "fabric." The fabric happened to be one of my thongs that I was missing that he must've gotten out of the hamper while we weren't home. The vet thought it was hilarious (and told EVERYONE, which I thought was unprofessional) and I thought it was mortifying. Not to mention his surgery and followup totaled well over $2,500 and we were only hours away from losing my pup if I didn't take him to the vet for an ordinary stomachache. See More Health Health Aug 03, 2006 How To Care For Your Belly Button Piercing Health Mar 11, 2013 6 Trusty Treatments For Baby Eczema Health Dec 29, 2011 8 Foods to Boost Baby's Brainpower Health May 13, 2013 The Next Nine Months: Postpartum Exercise Time Line POPSUGAR Pets Dec 13, 2010 Check Out Our New Health & Fitness Show, FitSugarTV! 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