Dogs Who Had to Learn the Hard Way Not to Eat Bees

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It happens to almost all dogs at least one in their lifetimes – the buzzy, zippy critters prove to be far too much of a temptation, and they clamp their jaws down around them.  But they’re in for a rude surprise – these treats hurt!  Hopefully these poor pups have learned their lessons…

 

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“Ok, not worth it!  I’ll stick to sticks!”

202 thoughts on “Dogs Who Had to Learn the Hard Way Not to Eat Bees”

  1. I’ve had many dogs over the years, and I’ve seen some of them get stung. Not one of my dogs ever had the kind of reaction as in the pictures. They just pawed at the sting and went on their merry way. These dogs in the photos are suffering a significant allergic reaction, and the owners need to know that if they get stung again, the reaction could be much worse, even put the dog into anaphylactic shock. Seriously, they need to discuss this with a vet, and maybe keep an epipen around in case of a more severe reaction down the road.

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