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gotta just laugh that one up dude...
i had a dog do that... is some nasty shit...


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Alright Woody no peanut butter cracks as hard as that might be.
I had 2 rotts that farted and shit constantly from feeding them pedigree puppy. I asked the vet and he told me all store bought brands, IE: pedigree, puppy chow, etc has alot of fillers in them and makes for alot of gas and shitting. I changed to science diet and no more farts and half the amount of shit. So I suggest that you try a pet store brand such as science diet, eukanuba etc.
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There is also this stuff on the market that you can add to your pet's food that supposedly helps reduce the odor.

drsfostersmith.com has some called CurTail:

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...13&pCatId=1321

Also, if you want a natural flea repellant, a nicer coat, something to help with seasonal shedding and something that helps keep the skin conditioned, try giving brewer's yeast.

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...=13&pCatId=526

Unfortunately we ran out a while back and I haven't seen any at the store we used to buy it at. But Nana's shedding was greatly reduced while she was on it. Funny... I thought Pits/AmStaffs were amongst the less shedding breeds... Anyways, guess it's time to place an online order...

And, you'll have to set up a play date for Buddy and Nana and Deputy. They love having friends come over.


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BTW, I don't know if that CurTail stuff actually works. We've never tried it. Nana and Dep are both on ProPlan (per vet's suggestion) and Nana seems to only get gas when she's been eating something other than ProPlan (ie the garbage, neighbor's milk bones, etc).


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BTW, I don't know if that CurTail stuff actually works. We've never tried it. Nana and Dep are both on ProPlan (per vet's suggestion) and Nana seems to only get gas when she's been eating something other than ProPlan (ie the garbage, neighbor's milk bones, etc).

I am going to start spiking her food more often.

















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Did you just change dog food brands? With my lab, sometimes changing brands will cause that type of reaction.:fart:

When looking for food, check the ingredient list. The first item listed will be the primary item. Go for one that lists the beef, lamb, or chicken first - I'm feeding my dog (Harley-suffering from lymphoma and on his last leg) Purina One which lists beef as the first ingredient.

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Riiiight! Blame it on the dog. You nasty bastage! That's just wrong! Poor dog.


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Yea i think woody just needs to watch what he's eating and stop blaming it on the dog


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I had 2 rotts that farted and sh*t constantly from feeding them pedigree puppy. I asked the vet and he told me all store bought brands, IE: pedigree, puppy chow, etc has alot of fillers in them and makes for alot of gas and sh*t ting. I changed to science diet and no more farts and half the amount of sh*t . So I suggest that you try a pet store brand such as science diet, eukanuba etc.
That should work.
i have a 4 yr old minature penture..he likes them canned pedigree food. man give him another 4 hours he's sticking up the room. he sometimes sleep with me with his ass in my face and when he lets it out, he looks up at me and ill bet he's laughing. man he smells WORST then toxic waste! better yet worse then my "caca" but that's just TMI.


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First off if you are feeding table scraps then stop. Second do not sporadically change a dogs diet. If you wish to switch to another food like Bil-Jac, Eukanuba, or Iams then switch slowly. Mix in a small amount of the new with the old each day increasing just a bit. Until in about 2 weeks you have the dog on the new food.

Brewers Yeast is a great product. Just as SxyRdr said it will deter fleas and make for an all round better coat condition. However feeding Brewer's yeast is like switching foods it must be added in small bits for most dogs to stomach it.

Another question would be do you leave the food down all day or feed on schedule? Also when feeding, do you pre-measure food for size of dog. Most dogs dont need to each a hole lot like some think. Sorry for the wordy reply but if you are serious then try what is mentioned. BTW worked as a Vet Assistant for 2 years so I know a little about it.

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Lee, you just need to switch to a "manly" pet,..... :o

like my Austrailian Bearded Dragon.......

he doesn't make any noise,....
he doesn't eat very much,.....
he doesn't bite anybody,....
he doesn't go for walks,...

and he doesn't FART!





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Lee, you just need to switch to a "manly" pet,..... :o

like my Austrailian Bearded Dragon.......
Just because you 'pet' it, does not make it your pet. :nono:


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