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Having a pup who has carried a roadkill squirrel for 3 blocks in a jaw death grip before I got the nerve pry it from his mouth with a clean poop bag as a glove, I can say she'll probably be no worse for wear and unlikely even a change in pooping consistency or appetite. Since I never saw those changes, I never worried.
My little guy is a determined bugger and finds all sorts of crazy discarded food on our walks - half a lasagna, a wheel of Brie, grilled cheese sandwich, bag of chips, mostly empty jar of peanut butter, half-eaten mcdonalds (he dove under the car to retrieve the bag), and occasionally dead animals - luckily he's learned the Drop It command. But when he gets something good he knows he shouldn't have, he runs way up ahead of me with a distinctive swagger and hopes I don't notice. I do notice but darn if it isn't adorable.
Now, the time my little guy ate the bag of cat treats (that my cat knocked off the counter - they totally work together) - that was a different story. He wasn't regular for 3 days.