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    I must say I never had any more or less crap with Supercoat, but I havent really changed their feeding quantity either, so they wernt getting huge amounts. I do feed bones on a regular basis so the poo tended to dry white and was quite firm and crumbly. No gooey poos here for the most part anyway.
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    I think the worst stinky dog poos are either dogs who get human food left overs that contain onion or dogs on tinned food.

    If someone's dog produces a huge stinky gooey crap and I ask what food they're on - it's always tinned... Yuck.

    There is a substantial difference in the number of poops Frosty makes when I'm giving her casserole + kibble to when it's all kibble.

    I'm pretty obsessive about picking them up as soon as they appear - so I notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I think the worst stinky dog poos are either dogs who get human food left overs that contain onion or dogs on tinned food.

    If someone's dog produces a huge stinky gooey crap and I ask what food they're on - it's always tinned... Yuck.

    There is a substantial difference in the number of poops Frosty makes when I'm giving her casserole + kibble to when it's all kibble.

    I'm pretty obsessive about picking them up as soon as they appear - so I notice.
    Is it more or less with the casserole? Yes with my pack I am a poo picking up machine everyday.

    Strangely enough it is my old grl who gets the least that seems to produce the most. Possibly because older dogs are less efficient and her teeth are not the best and she was having trouble with inhaling.

    I have just changed her diet to big dog "BARF" with a little damped down Earthborn ocean fusion grain free and yoghurt and I think they are now a little smaller.
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    Brian is on grain free feed and only 1 poo daily. Add cadivres he finds, and we get 3 to 4, and yep, fetid rotten carcas went in, fetid smelly poo's come out.

    Amount of feed, is roughly double what the pack instructs for a 60kg dog. So im not sure what anorexic dog they tested portion size on?
    And he's still skinny on that.

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    Much less dog crap with the casserole... and much less urgency too. I don't know why my casserole is so much better than tinned but it is. It should be the same but they put extra stuff in tinned that obviously causes problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    Brian is on grain free feed and only 1 poo daily. Add cadivres he finds, and we get 3 to 4, and yep, fetid rotten carcas went in, fetid smelly poo's come out.

    Amount of feed, is roughly double what the pack instructs for a 60kg dog. So im not sure what anorexic dog they tested portion size on?
    And he's still skinny on that.
    My cattle dogs just have to sniff food and they pork up LOL. I usually have to feed them less than the portion size.

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