3 for £1 Secret Life of pets surprise eggs or 39p Fulton’s Foods
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3 for £1 Secret Life of pets surprise eggs or 39p Fulton’s Foods

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LocalFound 5th Mar
Though this was a bit of bargain for these, I saw them in savers for 75p each.

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I think they contain a few sweets and small toy
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Not made by kinder so the Chocolate will be rank
My dog prefers the real item.................

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A good dog as he's waiting until Easter to unwrap.
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JulianDean5 m ago

Not made by kinder so the Chocolate will be rank


It’s a plastic egg not chocolate.

They contain sweets.

So wont have any rank tasting chocolate in them
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y-oh-y2 m ago

My dog prefers the real item.................[Image] A good dog as he's …My dog prefers the real item.................[Image] A good dog as he's waiting until Easter to unwrap.


I thought dogs shouldn’t eat chocolate.

Saw some special dog eggs in Poundland today for £2 scooby doo themed.
myusernamehasgone2342 m ago

I thought dogs shouldn’t eat chocolate. Saw some special dog eggs in P …I thought dogs shouldn’t eat chocolate. Saw some special dog eggs in Poundland today for £2 scooby doo themed.


There are lot's of things dogs shouldn't do, but like us adults, they do as they wish.................

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y-oh-y1 m ago

There are lot's of things dogs shouldn't do, but like us adults, they do …There are lot's of things dogs shouldn't do, but like us adults, they do as they wish.................[Image]


Yeah i’m not a dog owner so a bit clueless.

I just thought i’d heard somewhere it was dangerous to givechocolate to dogs as it was poisonous.
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Just googled and found this

hillspet.com/dog…ogs

Chocolate is poisonous to dogs; however, the hazard of chocolate to your dog depends on the type of chocolate, the amount consumed and your dog's size. In large enough amounts, chocolate and cocoa products can kill your dog.

Why not chocolate?

  • The toxic component of chocolate is theobromine. Humans easily metabolize theobromine, but dogs process it much more slowly, allowing it to build up to toxic levels in their system.
  • A large dog can consume more chocolate than a small dog before suffering ill effects.
  • A small amount of chocolate will probably only give your dog an upset stomach with vomiting or diarrhea.
  • With large amounts, theobromine can produce muscle tremors, seizures, an irregular heartbeat, internal bleeding or a heart attack. The onset of theobromine poisoning is usually marked by severe hyperactivity.
No chocolate. I bought 3 for my son. One had Max eraser and little bag of goodies.
Edited by: "Alessandra15" 5th Mar
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