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Old February 19th 07, 09:13 PM
stori stori is offline
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Default Problem with stool

My 6 month old lab mix came in from outdoors & I noticed she had something hanging from her bottom. I have always heard you are not suppose to pull anything out but it was long pieces of grass which I pulled out slowly, it seemed to be very painful at the time but once I removed a good amount and could see no more she seemed fine. Is this a common occurance or does it sound like a blockage of something else ? Any insite would be helpful.
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Old February 20th 07, 11:19 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Problem with stool


"stori" wrote in message
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My 6 month old lab mix came in from outdoors & I noticed she had
something hanging from her bottom. I have always heard you are not
suppose to pull anything out but it was long pieces of grass


.......It just means your dog ate a lot of grass.

buglady
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