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Old July 29th 07, 03:21 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
Oxymel of Squill
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Default poo :-(

puppy (Golden Retriever) is 13 weeks old and still produces extrordinarily
runny poo. Is this normal does anyone know? It's decades since I last had a
puppy and I don't remember this problem. He's perfectly healthy and full of
bounce. I try to get him to eat dry food but he's not up for it and insists
on tins.
But I'd dearly like the puppy to go away and let me have my nice clean, tidy
and well ordered house back, with a sensible dog in it.

cheers


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Old July 29th 07, 05:58 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
Dan S.
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Default poo :-(

Oxymel of Squill explained :
puppy (Golden Retriever) is 13 weeks old and still produces extrordinarily
runny poo. Is this normal does anyone know? It's decades since I last had a
puppy and I don't remember this problem. He's perfectly healthy and full of
bounce. I try to get him to eat dry food but he's not up for it and insists
on tins.
But I'd dearly like the puppy to go away and let me have my nice clean, tidy
and well ordered house back, with a sensible dog in it.

cheers


Dogs only insist on the foods their owner caves in and gives them.
Show some fortitude. The dog won't starve himself, promise.

Also, avoid the table scraps and have it checked for worms. If all
else fails, seek the advice of a vet.

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Yours,
Dan S.

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Old July 30th 07, 12:21 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
Oxymel of Squill
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"Dan S." wrote in message
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Oxymel of Squill explained :
puppy (Golden Retriever) is 13 weeks old and still produces
extrordinarily runny poo. Is this normal does anyone know? It's decades
since I last had a puppy and I don't remember this problem. He's
perfectly healthy and full of bounce. I try to get him to eat dry food
but he's not up for it and insists on tins.
But I'd dearly like the puppy to go away and let me have my nice clean,
tidy and well ordered house back, with a sensible dog in it.

cheers


Dogs only insist on the foods their owner caves in and gives them. Show
some fortitude. The dog won't starve himself, promise.

Also, avoid the table scraps and have it checked for worms. If all else
fails, seek the advice of a vet.


just been wormed as part of the standard puppy routine. Woman in the park
with 2 GRs tells me hers were both very runny poo-ers at that age and
suggests scrambled egg meals now and again will help firm up. So here I am
scrambling eggs!
:-)





 




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