Wow I guess I am not the only one who has had this problem!
Thanks for the info and reassurance.
I saw the replies early this a.m. and happened to have some pumpkin on hand, wow, NO problem getting that down he absolutely LOVED it!
He seems to be acting normally, he ate his pumpkin and food early this a.m. (he is fed twice daily). We will keep our fingers crossed. He had absolutely no problem getting the drumstick down though let me tell ya! 'specially when he saw us coming!
momof3sweeties:A WHOLE turkey carcass???? Wow sounds like something my dog would do. Before we knew chocolate was bad for dogs I remember being a kid and sharing some with the family dog and she did live to a ripe old age, she also ate a chicken bone or two by stealing if I remember correctly bit my dad pretty bad while he was trying to get it from her too.
shannon and thekimballs: Thank you for all your knowledgeable info you guys share on this board it IS very much appreciated.
His last caper was a year ago dd and I made 2 dozen sugar/cut out cookies they cooled, we spent the time frosting them in different colors for Easter complete with sprinkles. I cleaned up the mess and left them high on top of the oven to have the frosting set, went to the back of the house, heard a clang and BAM! One dozen cookies GONE!!!! Guess he has a sweet tooth too!
It would not be such a problem if not for his size but we do love him!