View Poll Results: What about your dogs?

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  • Silent but Deadly

    30 78.95%
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    7 18.42%
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Thread: Speaking of Farts....

  1. #11

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    Mine are ladies are don't fart often

    On the odd occasion when Molly farts it's loud and frightens her and she runs away looking at her butt Doesn't smell though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Usually silent deadly ones here with the exception of Hubby.
    So that would be LOUD and deadly ??

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    The roo meat seems to set Carl & Mischa off. Mischa is a chronic farter and she's offended by her own. Carl is Mr SBD.

    I find it a bit off when the dogs sniff each other's farts...


    like a rolling thunder chasing the wind...

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    Marnie is the SBD type. Not often, usually in her sleep, but when she does it she does it properly.
    Worst ever was when I fed them Chum dry one weekend then took them on a one-hour drive *cough choke splutter* Chum is now banned!

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    They're so silent around here I don't know which bum they come from but boy they are deadly

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    Silent and not too deadly here.

    His farts smell like rank shoes - everytime he farts I always look around to see if someone's left a pair of wet joggers lying around before I realise it's just him. The similarity is uncanny.

    He has had a couple that could clear the room, but they're not the norm.

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    Ugh, feed Rosie lamb and she farts like a trooper, with a smell to rival a blocked sewer drain. Depending on what was with the lamb (she don't get no lamb no more!!), they might have been SBD, or they could have been rippas that my Dad would have admired.

    After her surgery though, she was full of gas and was farting huge blurters that would make her look around to see who was there... no smell though luckily.

    Now she's on her "Rosie Special", she hasn't farted since her recovery.

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    This is a funny topic

    Taya's are silent and deadly. At night we are all in the lounge, then all of a sudden you can smell it - phwoa Tay!! Then out comes the nil odour.

    When we are walking though she does tiny little toots Always manages to do them when she's in front of you too, but luckily you can't smell them!

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    OMG our new little boy will absolutely clear a room......I have truley never smelt anything like it
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    First family dog was taught to leave the room when he farted.

    However, if it wasn't his fart - he wouldn't leave.

    Second family dog was Aussie Terror. teach ? Not.

    Third family dog kelpie x heeler learned to leave the room before she farted but the training was undone by my brother using the command word as a party trick when she hadn't farted. So then she lost the association between the command and the action.

    Frosty has been known to give her back end a funny look if it "squeaks", most of her farts make me wonder if I didn't let her outside when she needed to go. Fortunately she only seems to have bad farts when she's eaten something she shouldn't so not too often. Mostly they're silent.

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