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    Thats Great DA!!!! Ive had my mind on Inca for most of the night and hoping she would be on the mend this morning.

    Dont stress about the snoring though she might grow out of it or only do it occasionally.

    When Bailey had to stay with my mum for a week when she was only 8 weeks old (i think, young anyway) mum called me the first night and RAVED about how loud Bailey snored! Her neighbour commented on it! lmao

    anyway it has calmed down since then, she only snores like that after strenuous exercise like swimming etc.

    WOO HOO IM SO HAPPY SHE IS OK!

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    Ha ha, I hope you're right about the snoring Judge. OH is bad enough, don't need her doing it too. But knowing my luck...

    Good news, Inca just ate every single bit of her lunch! Now she's lying down resting with her tummy splayed across the floor looking like a pregnant hog.

    Oh wow, highlight of my day now will be investigating the next poo. Life is soooo exciting!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Ha ha, I hope you're right about the snoring Judge. OH is bad enough, don't need her doing it too. But knowing my luck...

    Good news, Inca just ate every single bit of her lunch! Now she's lying down resting with her tummy splayed across the floor looking like a pregnant hog.

    Oh wow, highlight of my day now will be investigating the next poo. Life is soooo exciting!!!
    LMFAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Ha ha, I hope you're right about the snoring Judge. OH is bad enough, don't need her doing it too. But knowing my luck...

    Good news, Inca just ate every single bit of her lunch! Now she's lying down resting with her tummy splayed across the floor looking like a pregnant hog.

    Oh wow, highlight of my day now will be investigating the next poo. Life is soooo exciting!!!
    woohoo...I haven't done my poop inspections yet

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    Great guys - do we need our own poop inspection and comparison thread?

    LMAO too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Great guys - do we need our own poop inspection and comparison thread?

    LMAO too!!!
    we might now that I have changed their diet....

    I am hoping for MUCH LESS poops on natural foods than the bloody landmines they have been producing on my lawn on the commercial stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    we might now that I have changed their diet....

    I am hoping for MUCH LESS poops on natural foods than the bloody landmines they have been producing on my lawn on the commercial stuff
    OMG, not only is it MUCH less, it will over time change Cleas, and the ability for it to break down (biologically) is so bloody fast it's not funny. The colour will be different, and the amount each time will be smaller, not just the amount of times they actually go.

    You running any natural yoghurt or flora paste through the food during the change-over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    OMG, not only is it MUCH less, it will over time change Cleas, and the ability for it to break down (biologically) is so bloody fast it's not funny. The colour will be different, and the amount each time will be smaller, not just the amount of times they actually go.

    You running any natural yoghurt or flora paste through the food during the change-over?
    yes...they are getting natural yoghurt in their evening feed

    I guess it just shows how much "garbage" is in the commercial stuff with all the poop that is eliminated

    Should I be worried about the small raw bones from the minced carcasses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    yes...they are getting natural yoghurt in their evening feed

    I guess it just shows how much "garbage" is in the commercial stuff with all the poop that is eliminated

    Should I be worried about the small raw bones from the minced carcasses?


    Sorry Dorte, don't understand your question, precisely. Should you be worried the bones, in what way???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
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    Sorry Dorte, don't understand your question, precisely. Should you be worried the bones, in what way???
    with them eating them this morning? I have NEVER given them carcasses or raw chicken bones before and they had that for brekky.

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