A Labrador ended up needing life saving surgery after his own version of a teddy bear picnic went very, very wrong.
Charlie, an 11-month-old puppy, thought he would make a little snack of his toys, but then couldnt keep any real food down.
His concerned owners, from Norwich, took him to the Taverham Vets, who took an X-ray of his stomach which showed his stomach full of something that initially appeared to be food.
But when nothing had moved in another 24 hours they decided to investigate further.
When they opened him up, they found two cuddly toys which were largely intact.
Vet Alice Watson told the Vet Times: On his initial x-rays, his stomach looked very full of food, but there was no obvious sign of obstruction, so we kept him in for 24 hours on fluids for further monitoring.
We repeated the x-rays the next day after he vomited again overnight despite treatment and his stomach was still full of food, despite 36 hours-plus of not eating.
We opted to take him to surgery where we removed not only one, but two teddy bears which turned out to be what had looked like food on his x-rays.
His stomach was absolutely massive and full of these pieces of teddy bear. We thought it might be fun to wash the teddy bears, which you can see in the photos.