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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-03-2005, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Smelly poo

Myfanwys poo really smells bad and she breaks wind a lot.
The woman we got her from said she had been giving her baby milk and we should too.
I dont think we should do you?
She has been eating her puppy food


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I wouldn't give her milk. Just puppy food. Smelly poo could be from change of diet and/or stress from the move.

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Yeah, it has a lot to do with what you are feeding the dog. My dogs and cats had extremely smelly poop but when I switched them to all-natural diets the situation got much better.
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Well I have only had her for 1 day so I doubt what I am feeding her has caused the smell.
Hopefully it will get better after her eating the food I have for her.
She was sick in the car on the way from picking her up and the food was brown and smelly


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Has she been dewormed yet? Sometimes that can make it smell, if they have worms anyway. but the food can make a big diffrence too.
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Even if they were feeding poor quality food, going from one food to another will cause digestive upset in a puppy. I agree on worming the pup too.

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Yeah, even the first day the sudden change in diet can cause stinkieness ...


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