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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-20-2013, 02:47 PM
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At least in Kodi's case, (at least when he's not sick!!!) they are well formed. So it's not much different than finding a tootsie roll on the floor!
Love the analogy, Karen. Glad I!m not into Tootsie Rolls 'cause I'll never be able to look at them the same again!


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Love the analogy, Karen. Glad I!m not into Tootsie Rolls 'cause I'll never be able to look at them the same again!


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Gucci does the walking poop thing too, and sometimes the twirl walking poop so she can look and make sure it dropped...

It always cracks me up how we can carry on talking about poop in the same manner people would talk about the weather..

Even the title of this thread cracks me up, how can you not want to talk about poop after reading 'i poop everywhere!" ..lol
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Poop, poop, beautiful poop! I know, it's so weird, but we all know that it is so important! I love tootsie rolls, they make me happy, because I know my dog is healthy. Also, as a responsible dog person, (unlike all too many), I pick up after my dog. I sometimes feel like I need to carry around little signs to stick in my neighbors' lawns, that say "this pile is not from Benjamin". It's easier to just bring extra bags so I can clean up after the slobs, though. But I digress. It is bothersome when my dog's poops are runny and I can't pick it all up, because I don't want my neighbors to step in it, but there's only so much you can do. The tootsie roll days are the best!


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I am thankful that every day is a tootsie roll day for Tillie!

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Congratulations, Tammy, your dog must be much better trained than mine. Benjamin has actually not had too many problems with loose stools now that I'm not changing up his diet so much. Like Karen's Kodi, he seems to " get loose" for a bit if I try to vary his kibble. There might be some advantages to varying the brand or protein source, but I don't like this aspect of it. He's only 9 months old, though, and I'm hoping that when his digestive system matures a bit more this Won't happen. The real problem is that he is such a garbage belly! He has the most amazing capacity to find disgusting things and eat at least some of it before I can stop him. The piece of moldy burrito that he ate the other day did not sit too well. I really don't know why I spend so much on his food, I should just put garbage in his bowl. Only nutritionally balanced garbage, though, of course!


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lol, I don't know about "trained" although blessed, for SURE!
She's been eating the same diet, day in and day out for almost 2 yrs... never a poop issues unless she is sick, which doesn't happen very often.

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Poop wars. INCOMING!!!


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We kept Nina on the leash for months in the house and at night she was crated. I don't know about the pads as we trained her to go outside on the leash on a special 10x10 foot doggie lawn. The few accidents she had was when we were transitioning her from onleash in the house to off leash in the house.

Our home is bigger and I found she liked to go in my studio upstairs or in the master bedroom. I think it was because at that time she did not see it as part of her space. I don't know how often he eats but I switched Nina to two times a day always at the same time and that helped also.

I also found accidents would happen after she peed outside on the leash and then 10-15 minutes later she would do a BM or try to in the house. So now in the morning if she has not done both 1 and 2 I tie her on the leash in the house and take her again 15 minutes later. She will then do no. 2 and we then take the leash off in the house. She is now accidnet free and goes only several times a day. In the beginning it seemed we were always taking the dog out but it has paid off. Since we had her 4 poo accidents and about 10 pee accidents.

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