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If you have a dog you probably know the struggle of removing things they grab with their teeth, from their mouths. If you belong to the “shoes and pillows” category consider yourself a lucky owner, as these can’t be easily swallowed, while some people had to remove the craziest objects from their dogs’ stomachs.

These X-rays below show things like knives and socks, our four-legged small or bigger friends have swallowed. And while your dog’s IQ doesn’t allow it to eat a phone charger some dogs doesn’t seem to care. The collection of these X-rays are only a few contestants of the They Ate What? competition, where vets submit X-rays of the most weird objects found inside pets in the hope of winning a $1,500 prize. Now, thanks goodness all these items were successfully removed, otherwise we would have some sick dogs and a pretty macabre competition.

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This dog ate a phone charger

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Marley ate this kebab skewer

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A seven-year-old Jack Russell from the UK devoured 80 small stones

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This Great Dane ate 43 socks

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A rubber duck

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And this little dog managed to swallow needles

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A fishing hook

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This Corgi ate gravel

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A knife with retractable blade

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This dog ate 104 pennies

 

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This dog ate its owners mini-headphones

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This Pit Bull Terrier ate a knife

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While this one ate an arrowhead

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A ten month Golden Retriever ate a light bulb

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The x-ray of a Jack Russell Terrier who ate a 10-inch bread knife

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This dog ate a backscratcher(!)

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A selection of unexpected things removed from dogs by vets

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