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Old April 16th, 2009, 07:01 AM
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LNeilB LNeilB is offline
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Question How do you address this "unsavory" dog issue?

Let me just break the ice and raise the topic: dog farts.

I know that like humans, dogs just have their days. But Nigel is an entirely different animal, and I'm guessing most Greyhound owners are subject to the same digestive difficulties. Have you found anything in particular that does a good job of clearing the clouds? When Nigel gets on a streak it's just wrong, and I'm guessing that there are ways to keep his posterior barking under control

Truffles and Sola are labs, and they have stomachs of steel by comparison. But when something does set them off, they put Nigel to shame, and you don't want to be around to witness that, trust me.

Aside from yogurt, what have you found that works?


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