I have a Siberian Husky and she's been eating rocks and I'm not talking about pebbles, big rocks. I know this because she's been throwing them up. I am concerned that she will not be able to throw one up and will be clogged up. I have a fenced in backyard and she loves to be outside with her buddy. I cannot go around putting up all the rocks as they dig and that creates more. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get her to quit doing this? I'm afraid this is going to kill her.
It's a legitimate concern, she could become blocked and it's probably bad for her teeth. I'd try buying some good, chewy, weather proof toys to leave out in the yard, and hope she chews on those instead. I've seen a discussion of this problem before, and I think it was on this site. You may want to do a search, if you can find the thread, there should be more suggestions there.
Yes, eating rocks can lead to serious and expensive problems.
People I know who have had this problem often put a basket type muzzle on the dog when they are out (and supervised) in an area with rocks. You need to make sure any area that she's unsupervised in is rockfree.
I had a Boxer that liked to carry a rock around, if she found one a little smaller than a walnut. I was constantly clearing rocks from their large fenced yard. I always knew when she had swallowed a rock because she wouldn't eat her food that night, then she would throw up the rock later. (must have really hurt!) Sometimes we would catch her rolling one around in her mouth. I don't think that she purposely swallowed it, because she would sometimes drop the rock at our feet as if she wanted us to throw it, which of course, we would take away from her and find something else to throw for her. Very lucky for her and us she never had any serious problems after swallowing one, which was a few times a year. Brandy lived to be 14, pretty good for a Boxer.