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started by Lionel Mcguire on 13 Feb 12
  • Lionel Mcguire
    Not only is it full of fillers, there are additives in processed dog food to firm up the stool so your dog may strain a bit more too.

    If the stench gags you, your dog needs a new food plan. If it turns moldy instead of decomposing, a diet change is in order. If you spot flecks of bright colorations, encourage your children to position away the crayons. You must watch your dog stools often, especially when transforming foods, adding foods and treats, or after your disappearance of any small to medium sized toys.

    Distance Paying attention

    If the whole idea makes you feel uncomfortable or even a little nauseous, start with observation from a distance. With this method you may look for:

    • Straining - Constipation in dogs or maybe a blockage

    • Runny stools - Soft is acceptable but runny or water needs attention. This might be a sign of dog digestion problems or food allergen hypersensitivity. Fast the dog for a day or feed brown rice using a little meat.

    • Hangers - That describes either constipation or maybe a foreign object like string that can be backed up into the intestines and need snipping off with scissors and avoid internal damage by tugging.

    • Stinky poop - If you possibly can smell it from some sort of distance, seriously consider a change of menu.

    Close-up Inspection

    While being a close-up fecal detective may not be on you list of fun activities - do it nevertheless. After all, your dog can't explain what's bothering him along with the vet probably won't have enough information we could a positive diagnosis.

    Undoubtedly things to look and smell for:

    • Smelly poop - Yes I'm referfing to it again because I can't believe the amount of I've learned this way. If it stinks, imagine how your dog's tummy felt before it ended up.

    • Mucus on dog stool - Can be an attempt to rid the body of toxins so do daily checks to make sure it disappears.

    • Proportions - Yes size. If your dog has big stools, there's a LOT of filler in their own food.

    • Rocky turds - These thick, usually small poops, indicate probable straining and show not enough good fiber. Get some fresh pulverized veggies or plain canned pumpkin inside food bowl.

    • Recognizable food - Like entire corn kernels, shows an overall lack of dog digestive, so omit these things from your dog's diet.

    • Foreign objects - Items of paper or plastic mean your dog is sneaking things that can really hurt him. I was set on flecks of color. Every dog or cat I've had that was confronted with crayons, ate them at least once. Smell a Crayola sometime. They smell great.

    • Indications of life - When anything is moving, retain watching. It could end up worms.

    • Grain of almond - Is what tapeworms seem like in dog poop before they stretch out. If you observe the following, get a stick or something to poke at it and make it move. It could be time for a natural dewormer.

    To sum it up, I have learned a lot about dog health by way of feces. Little did I know when I changed my dogs' diet 18 months ago that I would also change the look and smell of my yard. When my a few large dogs were with inexpensive dog kibble, that yard smelled awful. Nobody wanted to venture out back and I hated cleanup time.

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