Strange, but true, you'll never guess some of the things thave have had to be surgically removed from pets. Take a guess!
According to an article on Associated Content, Veterinary Pet Insurance (VPI) reports that socks, underwear, and panty hose top the list of items that must be surgically removed after being ingested by household pets. California based VPI reports the top 10 list of most commonly surgically removed items.
3. Panty Hose
6. Chew Toys
7. Corn Cobs
9. Hair Ties/Ribbons
For the full article and report, visit 10 list of most commonly surgically removed items.
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