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    Well my bulldogs have been on three types of Nature's Variety Instinct and I noticed their poo seems to be quite firm. I don't give any treats except cheese. Those market treats are junk even though they will eat them up so stay away from those. Since I've been on NVI Turkey they seem to have more gas though...but can't have everything I guess. I've been wiping behinds for the last three years so I don't know if you can get away from that one. What kind of tail does your dog have? BabyGirl has a fat booty and a twisted in tail so she always has a little clinger. Wilsons tail is downward with very little mobility so he doesn't get away with a clean drop. My mixed dog is so hyper and nervous that even though his poo should be firm he always does a "messy" and if I don't wipe him he will do that nice "trick" of scooting his butt across the floor, and to make matters worse he'll do the "walking poops." Sorry T.M.I.
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    thank you @Fontanafox now i can go eat my breakfast. wow i could not imagine having to wipe booty everytime my dog went. kudos to you hon

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    @Fontanafox you always have to wipe? My gosh I guess we are lucky. So long as the "kids"
    is firm we dont have to wipe. Thankfully! I do remember different foods that made Cutty always soft tho so wiping was necessary then. Fromm keeps him pretty solid these days thankfully!

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    Wilson & BabyGirl

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    @cali~jenn ... Wish I didn't have to wipe . Happy for all you non-wipers.

    What do ya think? It says non-stick...kidding.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fontanafox View Post
    @cali~jenn... Wish I didn't have to wipe . Happy for all you non-wipers.

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    Since you read all the food posts you could already you likely have seen that a couple of us have had amazing results with Fromm Beef Frittata. HRH had BAD smelly stools when she was eating Bil Jac. even hours after the deposit it reeked. Now it still isn't wonderful fresh, but considerably less odiferous than with Bil Jac. And after a few hours there is no detectible smell in the air. She also gets good treats and Greek yogurt daily. We do notice a little more smell and softer stools when she eats bananas though. So daddy has cut back on how much banana he shares in the morning.Oh and dried liver treats gave her clear the room gas.

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    Nigel's dad here again... thanks for the input. Here's what we do know:

    - boiled chicken breast and white rice: acceptable gas and no allergic reaction
    - same with oatmeal, skin breaks out and weepy eyes/eye buggers, instant red gums
    - Blue Buffalo lamb and oatmeal: BAD gas, red gums
    Therefore: oatmeal allergy? and lamb stink

    Innova Lg Breed Puppy (chicken/barley)
    - medium stink red gums

    Costco premium natural (salmon/sweet potatoes)
    - yeast infection ears

    Chicken seems to be OK, fish is unknown, oatmeal doesn't seem to agree, nor does lamb.
    Argh!

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