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    i bought this last saturday, thinking i might need this someday. You think this will help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by urecia View Post
    i bought this last saturday, thinking i might need this someday. You think this will help?

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    If I were you, I'd be giving her some boiled chicken breast (or any chicken without bones) and some white rice tonight, and then see how her poo's are tomorrow. If you wanted to give her those biscuits, just mix them slowly with her current food, you might also have to soak them in water for a little bit to soften them up for her little teeth

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    will do, thanks.

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    How is your puppy today?

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    very good, thanks for asking. Gave her boiled chicken and rice. When i got home from work, her poo was already stiff and long like before. Nevertheless, i gave her boiled chicken and rice for dinner.

    I also found something she has been chewing on. Pigs ears you get from pet shops.

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    Apparently the wife had given it to the mini foxie and she stole it and was chewing on it last night. I left for work early this morning but i'll monitor whether the pig's ear were the possible cause of runny poo. My wife spends alot on treats/toys/pet food for our dogs. Too much.

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    Excellent

    I'm the same with my dogs, my partner has banned me from the pet stores because I always buy so much! Pigs ears are very good for their teeth so don't stop giving them but anything that they're not used to can upset their stomach.

    Glad she's better today

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    Stress less is my advice. If your dog is vaccinated then I wouldn't be at all concerned about runny poo unless it doesn't sort itself within 2 or 3 days. Don't be in a hurry to run off and pay a vet for nothing, use some common sense. Would you be worried if your child took a runny dump?

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    Everytime I feed one of my dogs or cat canned food...or those little pouches they get running poo. Its just the crappy food...if you stick to raw meats and foods like everyone else suggested it should stay away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy.Maree View Post
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    I'm the same with my dogs, my partner has banned me from the pet stores because I always buy so much! Pigs ears are very good for their teeth so don't stop giving them but anything that they're not used to can upset their stomach.

    Glad she's better today
    Well i have banned my wife from from pet stores but to no avial. She had spent $180 last saturday with pet food, treats, toys. I sent her there to get pet food which all up totalled $75 for 3 bags. The rest are all treats / toys you name it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Stress less is my advice. If your dog is vaccinated then I wouldn't be at all concerned about runny poo unless it doesn't sort itself within 2 or 3 days. Don't be in a hurry to run off and pay a vet for nothing, use some common sense. Would you be worried if your child took a runny dump?
    Exactly. I say that to my wife all the time.

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