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By Sady_Ct / Sunday 17 March 2019 18:00 /
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By  Sady_Ct  |  32

I put this up weeks ago. The pup is fine and I have not been back to the park.

I was momentarily distracted picking up the poop from my other dog, which is the only reason he got near to the guy.

Regardless of all else, I would never have expected anyone to give an unknown dog/pup alcohol especially at a park where there are heaps of dogs and plenty of kids.

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By  ViviMage  |  38

You're supposed to watch your animals to keep them safe!

Look for poisoning symptoms such as vomiting, wild fluctuations in body temperature, labored breathing, and also potential kidney damage.

Dog kidneys and livers aren't meant to process and detoxify alcohol sadly.

By  Sady_Ct  |  32

I put this up weeks ago. The pup is fine and I have not been back to the park.

I was momentarily distracted picking up the poop from my other dog, which is the only reason he got near to the guy.

Regardless of all else, I would never have expected anyone to give an unknown dog/pup alcohol especially at a park where there are heaps of dogs and plenty of kids.

By  alycion  |  32

Glad the pup is ok. This is why I stopped going to most dog parks. We had too many incidents of people hurting dogs at them here. Even the nicest one had incidents.