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    Hi all it's me again (ha)

    Just a quick question. Meaty hasn't got the runs but his poop is really soft a can't pick it up like cocos poop if I do it leaves a mark on the ground. Is this normal !? Tia x

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    No that's not normal... has he been on any medications lately? Benadryl will do that to Winston... he has had issues w/soft and others on here suggested I cut back on his food portions and that has really helped. Biggest culprit could be food allergies, Winston is on Fromm's right now Pork & Applesauce. You can give him some pumpkin puree to help firm up his stool (pure pumpkin NOT pie filling).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    No that's not normal... has he been on any medications lately? Benadryl will do that to Winston... he has had issues w/soft and others on here suggested I cut back on his food portions and that has really helped. Biggest culprit could be food allergies, Winston is on Fromm's right now Pork & Applesauce. You can give him some pumpkin puree to help firm up his stool (pure pumpkin NOT pie filling).
    Thanks. Av only recently put his food up cause a wasn't feeding him enough lol x

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    Could be a reaction to an ingredient in his food- Rocco had very soft stools with chicken flavored kibble. He's now on Fromm's Beef Frittata over 2 months now and no loose poops since. Over feeding can also lead to loose stools. Have you changed foods recently? Has this been an ongoing problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cocosmammy123 View Post
    Thanks. Av only recently put his food up cause a wasn't feeding him enough lol x
    No not changed he's on James well belovered but we have recently changed flavour also started feeding him more as well sometimes it's hard enought to pick up then other times it's runny :/

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    Maybe the food increase is a little too much for him... maybe cut it in half?
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