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Old 11-07-2012, 07:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My 6 month old Lou HATES her poop, she poops on rhe grass and hops away from it , its hilarious! She one time got a bit if poop stuck to her butt she freakef out and sartatwd salivating and to startef to gag. I had to ta know, take care if it for her... Im glad she hates poop!!! I do too!!! Lol but her poop stinks bad the more expensive the food is the more it stinks LOL i dont know why ... I started with some expensive grain free duck canned food, she loves it but ...... Jeez!!! I gotta hurry up with the bag


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Yeah, my fancy grain-free Eco beef-and-something food makes for some nasty gas smells.

I don't know how Cookie feels about her poop (she seems pretty matter of fact about it, but really, the whole pooping position of any dog is kind of unfortunate, IMO LOL), but on our morning walks, she's determined to completely evacuate her bowels. We go about 2 miles, and she stops to poop usually 3-4 times. First, it's nice, large firm. It ends up being stuff that's not stayed in long enough to cook to a nice firm texture. I've only had it stick in her fur a couple of times, but that reminds me I need to buy some flushable wipes, I guess.

Sorry, this is yucky, but hey, every dog poops, right?
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Oh yes... they do, and all dog owners pic up poo... Most of us even examine it to make sure it is "good poo". Ha!
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Well, even the most frou-frou poodle has to poop in public to embarrass their owner at least once...one time Indy pooped out a knitted green glove right downtown and needed me to assist with a bag. That was my most embarrassing experience with her! I looked around and muttered "sorry" and I don't even know why, what was I sorry for? But all the passersby had a mute look of horror on their faces, so that made me giggle.
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OMG Indiana. A green glove!??!! I have tears of laughter here!
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OMG Indiana. A green glove!??!! I have tears of laughter here!
Yes and she's never even been a dog who chewed up things, I have no idea when or why she ate a glove
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bahahah! A green glove??? That's too funny.

We always joke that Ralph poops like a man, he can't just poop, he has to sniff around find somethign interesting to sniff (his version of a magazine I guess)while he's pooping, and most often he gets distracted and walk/sniffs something good while he's pooping. I have to follow the trail of "breadcrumbs" to make sure I've picked it all up! He also likes his privacy.

When we are outside with a lot of other dogs around (i.e., dog classes) he will start starring at me with that "look" and if I ignore him he sits down in front of me so I practically trip over him and will give me a single "woof" and then I know he really needs to poop and wants a little privacy! LOL, they're so funny arent they?
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bahahah! A green glove??? That's too funny.

We always joke that Ralph poops like a man, he can't just poop, he has to sniff around find somethign interesting to sniff (his version of a magazine I guess)while he's pooping, and most often he gets distracted and walk/sniffs something good while he's pooping. I have to follow the trail of "breadcrumbs" to make sure I've picked it all up! He also likes his privacy.

When we are outside with a lot of other dogs around (i.e., dog classes) he will start starring at me with that "look" and if I ignore him he sits down in front of me so I practically trip over him and will give me a single "woof" and then I know he really needs to poop and wants a little privacy! LOL, they're so funny arent they?
Ha,ha! Now THAT's funny!
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Now, if *I* could get some privacy! I always have "company" in the bathroom, and if I close the door, she bangs on it. Then while the TP is unfurling, she jumps at it and grabs it in her mouth.
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There is no privacy at my house... Like your Cookie, my Remi demands on being in the bathroom with me.... However, he doesn't like me to see him go so he runs to the farthest spot in the yard and hides behind the bush, or flowers to do his business... Ha!

I am still laughing about the green glove! Oh my! I would have been mortified.... Although, I am never really socked at what comes out of Remingto, as he eats so many household no no items!
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