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#1 - kreekydoorS
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(01/03/2014) [-]
That dog knows how to party
#46 to #1 - anon
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#8 - mordroxx
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Can't dogs die from chocolate?
#11 to #8 - jfbyers
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(01/03/2014) [-]
Yes but they have to consume a considerable amount of chocolate. One of our two dogs(she's a fat mother******) ate a whole box of chocolates. all she did was throw up.
#27 to #11 - Penn
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(01/04/2014) [-]
Did you just ******* sensor your ******* self on ******* funnyjunk?

*******

****
#51 to #27 - sketchysketchist
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F*** you. Not f***ing everyone likes to f***king swear you f*cking c*** Nugget.
#26 to #8 - howunexpected
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Chocolate liquor doesn't have much chocolate, and those look like mini-bottles
I'd be more concerned about the fact that even though no animal is made to process alcohol well, dogs are likely not as successful at it as humans are. I'd be concerned that the dog would die from alcohol poisoning
#80 to #8 - Akinator
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They can't metabolize theobromine, which is found in an extremely small amount in normal milk chocolate and chocolate liquor. Vets usually explain that what dogs should stay away from no matter what is dark chocolate (Much higher levels of theobromine) and baker's chocolate (If your dog eats some of this HE DED)
#13 to #8 - ditzyderpydoo **User deleted account**
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Like most poisons, it depends on the quantity of the chocolate, the weight of the dog and the condition of its kidneys.
#14 to #8 - thenamedoesntfi
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The Science of Chocolate
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#17 to #8 - huchkizz ONLINE
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Dogs have a great chance of death after eating chocolate.
Dogs can't matabolize theobromine which is a alkaloid found in chocolate.
In large amounts, thebromine can cause what's called theobromine poisning. Symptoms of this includes: Nausea, Vomiting, diarrehea and can progress into internal bleeding, heart attacks, epileptic seizures and eventually death (I **** you not, look up Theobromine poisoning on Google)
The reason behind the toxic effect on animals is, as said, they metabolize thebromine much slower than us humans.
But for for fun:
To calculate a 50% chance of death of a dog, take it's weight in kg and multiply by 300 mg of thebromine. So if a dog weighs 10 kg, merely 3000 mg (or 3 grams) of thebromine will give the dog a 50 % chance of death.
How much thebromine is in chocolate, is beyond my knowledge.


#20 - crazyanimal ONLINE
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There should be a person next to the dog with a sign saying "I'm the dumbass that left chocolate liquor where my dog could get to it"
#50 to #20 - jaggedherp ONLINE
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You would be surprised what dogs will do and can do to get to food.
#22 - sketchysketchist
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Isn't chocolate and liquor poisonous to dogs.
In that case, this dog should be dead.
#49 to #22 - felex
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Shame you can't read properly.
Shame you can't read properly.
#53 to #22 - Karraidin
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Chocolate is toxic to dogs. Alcohol also is. The dog could have been in real danger if it had consumed greater quantities and would not have vomited. I believe sketchy's comment is valid. Dog owners know not to feed chocolate to dogs.
#94 to #53 - anon
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(01/07/2014) [-]
they didn't feed the dog chocolate... can you read?
#95 to #94 - Karraidin
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Chocolate Liqueur Bottles 15 pc Gift Box

Anthon Berg Chocolate Liqueurs are made from premium dark chocolate (min. 55% cocoa) filled with exceptional syrups containing branded spirits. Alcohol content min. 2.5% max. 5% w/w).

Each box is approximately 8.3oz.
#24 to #22 - fitemeirlbro
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(01/04/2014) [-]
he puked it all our
#25 to #24 - sketchysketchist
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Is that how that works?
I always thought you needed to get your stomach pumped to survive, while puking didn't really get it all out.
#28 to #25 - Crusader
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They both do the same thing.

Not to mention chocolate is deadly to some types, my dogs stole brownies all the time and the oldest one died at the ripe old age of 15.

As far as liquor goes, I've never heard of it being deadly.
#30 to #28 - sketchysketchist
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Then why the hell does all poisonous things tell me to not induce vomiting? You'd think they'd prefer you get the crap out your system sooner.

I've heard that different breeds have different limitations on what they can and can't eat.

I read the alcohol thing on a list of things that are poisonous to dogs.
Though maybe alcohol is there just so stupid people don't go out of their way to get poor little sir woofington the third *********.
#52 to #30 - curbed
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My dad used to give our old dog beer all the time. His nickname was booze hound. He was fine, of course the amount he was given was much smaller but I don't think alcohol is technically poisonous to dogs, just probably not the best for them just like it is with humans.
#34 to #30 - Crusader
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Because most "poisonous things" burn you, keeping them in your stomach (designed to withstand acids and such) is better than burning your throat
#38 to #34 - sketchysketchist
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True, though I think you'd spit out something that burns as it touches your tongue unless you're really trying to off yourself.
But medicines have the "do not induce vomiting" thing on their labels, you'd expect them to say "go ahead and puke it out if your kid mistook it for skittles".
#39 to #38 - Crusader
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Those medicines mean "don't induce vomiting while taking this medicine" normally because you are meant to receive a very specific dose, or they break down and can have unforeseen consequences.

If you do overdose on medicine, you are supposed to induce vomiting. Force the person to drink milk (neutralize and acid) and take them to the hospital to get their stomach pumped
#41 to #39 - sketchysketchist
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Oh, that's something new.

I've heard the milk thing, but never figured that the milk is suppose to stop the stomach acid from digesting your medicine and not the actual medicine.

You know a lot about this. I'm guessing you're some sort of chemisty major or something?
#43 to #41 - Crusader
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No, the milk is designed to stop anything from breaking down in your stomach, so it nothing happens to harm you.

As for how I know this, most of it is from Grade 12 college prep chemistry, health classes, googling and being the one guy in the family doing first aid when my brothers and cousins hurt themselves.
#45 to #43 - sketchysketchist
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Well dude, that's a pretty neat skill to have.
If there's ever an apocalypse, I hope to have you in my group of survivors.
#29 to #28 - mapleknight
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Liquor is not deadly to dogs, supposedly they get drunk like people.
#33 to #31 - Crusader
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Ethanol is the alcohol we drink.
#36 to #33 - sketchysketchist
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I never really knew that.
I just let drinking alcohol be known to me as simply alcohol/beer/wine/hard liquor/etc., while the poisonous stuff had the scientific names.
#37 to #36 - Crusader
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Ethanol is poisonous.
Hence why we get drunk/alcohol poisoning.

It's simply the least toxic of the common alcohols.

Methanol is the medicinal one in sanitizers and such that you shouldn't drink.
#40 to #37 - sketchysketchist
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You just made me realize that people drink poison for fun.

I'm not sure if I should declare a toast in your honor for doing this.
#42 to #40 - Crusader
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It's one of the reason it's frowned upon in religion, it's destroying a holy creation.

Wine, beer (any alcohol)
Bread (Or yeast product)
Cheese/Yogurt/Sour Cream

These are all examples of people purposely letting food spoil and (possibly) become poisonous for fun/because if done right, it is healthy.
#44 to #42 - sketchysketchist
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Well you're letting something go bad just because you think it's good, so maybe religion had a point even though it's just an interesting metaphor. XD

It makes me more hesitant to eat any of this, but I'm sure we're at point in the world where all the cheap crap we buy isn't really aged or given enough time to properly spoil, so we add other crap in it to make it taste like it should without letting it go bad. I'm positive most cheese, yogurts, sour creams, so forth are just flavored whipped cream.
#32 to #31 - mapleknight
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Oh, alright then.
I mean, I wouldn't advise giving dogs liquor but I don't think if they got into a little bit it'd be a major issue.
#35 to #32 - sketchysketchist
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Well they do get drunk like you said, but I think dogs can't handle very much before they fall into a coma.
Of course, no one would advise letting dogs do things just because people can. It's best to do some research and look out for them since they'll eat anything.
#66 - SuperSixONE
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Sure you left 12 unwrapped chocolate liqueurs in an accessible place for a dog...
And if it really ate all that chocolate, it would most likely be dead.
And if it actually happened... (pic)
#67 to #66 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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Dogs have to eat damn near their body weight in chocolate before they die. It was dumb to leave it in an accessible place though.
#69 to #67 - SuperSixONE
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Not really. My dog ate like 5 of those tiny Famous Amos cookies and she threw up.
#73 to #69 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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Of course, that's a lot of sugar.
Did she die? If not, your argument is invalid.
#74 to #73 - SuperSixONE
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No. And chocolate doesn't have a lot of sugar?
#76 to #74 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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You obviously missed my point. She might not have thrown up because the TOXICITY of the chocolate, but the SUGAR.
#68 to #66 - freshlikeuhhhhhh
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(01/04/2014) [-]
depends on the dog. so stop your crying
#70 to #68 - SuperSixONE
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I don't really care that much. I meant to post this pic anyway.
#75 to #70 - freshlikeuhhhhhh
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i dont either dude. enjoy your time haha
#71 to #66 - rafeky
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not to defend them for feeding their dog chocolate, but if a dogs sees something it wants, no where is inaccessible
#72 to #71 - SuperSixONE
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lol yeah, my miniature Dachshund can climb on chairs and jump to the table to eat stuff.
#81 to #72 - deadbyapril
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A dog can eat chocolate without dying....it's not like a Cyanide pill for a human.

Plus, just like us if it eats something that doesn't agree with it, guess what, it'll vomit it back up. Oh wait, it said they vomited...weird.
#82 to #81 - SuperSixONE
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>read post
>ate 60 advil from a bottle
>threw up
>died
#84 to #82 - deadbyapril
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Where's the Advil come in? I don't see anything about Advil.
#85 to #84 - SuperSixONE
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Your post
#86 to #85 - deadbyapril
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Still don't see the word Advil anywhere on this page besides your comment...you're losing me here.
#87 to #86 - SuperSixONE
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Your name sounds like dead by advil lol


Anyway, "Plus, just like us if it eats something that doesn't agree with it, guess what, it'll vomit it back up"
Oh, I guess I can eat "60 advil from a bottle", throw up, and "died" live.
#88 to #87 - deadbyapril
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I mean, by all means, if you want to go and eat 60 Advil be my guest.

Vomiting makes sure your body doesn't digest anymore of the substance that's causing it harm. It wont always save a life but that's it way of preventing any further damage. By the time you vomit, there's a possibility you've already digested too much of the substance causing you harm resulting in death.

What I was getting at here is that a dog can eat chocolate without dying. I had an 8 pound Pug that ate a Nestle Crunch bar before, she didn't die but she got sick from it. She was able to vomit enough of it back up so she didn't die. She wasn't 100% for a day or two after but she was fine none the less.
#92 to #88 - SuperSixONE
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Yeah, I never said it was that poisonous to them. If they eat, say, like a pound of chocolate, that yeah, dead dog.
#2 - anon
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If a dog eats to much chocolate they will suffer from kidney failure, So if he didn't throw up the dog would be dead.
#3 to #2 - cottage
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Dogs can eat alot of chocolate without having kidney failure. It was the liquor that made him throw up.
#4 to #3 - anon
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Not really, they cant get rid of the cocoa, they die from it you *******.
#12 to #4 - anon
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they digest it more slowly.... and if it's lighter chocolate, chances are good they won't even come close to dying. lrn 2 dog.
#10 to #4 - jdogtwoptzero
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Chances are it was a cheap milk chocolate with low cocoa content. Being a larger dog, it would have been fine. Mine (a doberman) has on more than one occasion gotten into chocolate, but it was all cheap milk chocolate. However, you need to worry when you start getting into the darker stuff, and obviously the bigger the dog, the more it can safely ingest.
#5 to #4 - cottage
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it depends how much they eat
#7 to #5 - piratecrew
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12... ye they ded niqqa
#9 to #7 - simplygabriele ONLINE
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How about no. That's a pretty large dog. And those chocolate liquor bottles, not solid chocolate. That whole box is 235 grams of product. To consume a lethal or seriously injurious amount of theobromine it would need to eat twice that, and that is if we take it as just chocolate and high coco content one at that.

So it would get stomach irritation, yes. And both the alcohol and the chocolate would make the dog vomit. But it is unlikely that the dog would suffer from lethal chocolate poisoning.
#18 to #9 - cottage
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You get a thumb for defending me.
#64 - Seority
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Sorry.
#62 - sorakirin
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(01/04/2014) [-]
Doesn't chocolate kill dogs?
Doesn't chocolate kill dogs?
#48 - badpony
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(01/04/2014) [-]
Drunken boxer!
#23 - mrloverlover
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(01/04/2014) [-]
dfw awwyisss chocolate