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Old 01-10-2013, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So Omar will be 14 in April and is still quite energetic for a senior dog. We have not changed his food or treats or any activity. He has developed a gassy stomach and to put it bluntly, he farts. Usually no smell but just sound. At first it was when he was walking around, now he just freely let's them rip. lol. Does anyone's poodle do this?


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Both of my toys farts. No sound but sure is smelly. They r on Acana kibbles, NutroMax canned food, and fresh meats for breakfast (chicken, beef, lamb, pork, turkey, rabbits). I don't think they know that they r farting. Sometimes they r sleeping on the couch then all of a sudden there is a stinky smell. They don't even move one bit. I can never tell which one did it. Lol
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Haha too funny. I don't think Omar knows or cares that he is doing it. Just like am old man. Hehe. Glad his don't smell. He just makes us laugh.


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Our foster dog Shadow rips em when he is excited, scared, happy, playing... you get the idea. He is usually quiet, but man o man does he stink. It is very embarrassing when we have company. He really brings tears to our eyes. It is getting better, but I have to find a cure or we will never find him a furever home!

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My spoo farts. It's usually silent but really reeks!!! She acts like nothing happened, and meanwhile we humans are gagging and making ugly faces.
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My spoo does the silent but deadly, the other day he came into my office farted and left---smelled like broccoli was up his butt and died, my husband couldn't stop laughing.
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Raven, of all my six (bigger) dogs, is the one who can really clear a room. No noise at all though, just a horrid stench. He eats high quality food and treats too. I think poodles are just "airy".
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"Charlie" doesn't mind letting out a good belch either, that I think he learned from my husband!
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I have to respond here, as Remington loves a good burp... And, he passes gas like no other... No joke we have been laying on the bed, and will raise his leg to toot. If he had hands, I think he would toot and then hold the blanket over my head... He seems to think it is funny.
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I have to respond here, as Remington loves a good burp... And, he passes gas like no other... No joke we have been laying on the bed, and will raise his leg to toot. If he had hands, I think he would toot and then hold the blanket over my head... He seems to think it is funny.
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