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Corn might be the No. 1 filler ingredient in many dog foods, but skip the au naturel version that comes on a cob when you’re feeding it to your pet. Dogs will continue chomping on the cob long after the kernels are gone, and ingesting large bits of the cob could cause digestive issues, primarily blockages.
A chunk of corn cob that’s even just a few inches can be enough to cause a problem, Lee told Good Housekeeping, and can apparently be quite difficult to locate on X-rays. In the worst cases, eating corn cobs can land your canine in surgery.
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