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08-28-2014 08:17 PM
huntergreen
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Originally Posted by lalachka View Post
Lol one gem after another from you
its a gift !
08-28-2014 11:23 AM
lalachka
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Originally Posted by blackshep View Post
That can be the sign of a cracked/abscessed tooth. Smells like a rotting carcass.

I'd get tot he vet, especially if it came on suddenly.
It also left suddenly lol. No, he def ate or licked something.

After he came back to me after one of his runs I smelled something, probably poop, just him standing next to me. So I opened his mouth and smelled it and yep, same smell.

After I washed his mouth it was gone and hasn't come back since.

I do smell his mouth regularly though to catch problems.
08-28-2014 11:19 AM
blackshep That can be the sign of a cracked/abscessed tooth. Smells like a rotting carcass.

I'd get tot he vet, especially if it came on suddenly.
08-28-2014 11:18 AM
lalachka
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i prefer my dogs not eat turds regardless of how enticing.
Lol one gem after another from you
08-28-2014 11:14 AM
huntergreen
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I understand the turd, but why carrots?
around by me, carrots are a popular dog treat. much remains undigested and there fore the carrot remains visable mixed in with the turd, my dogs come across this and think it is a treat. i prefer my dogs not eat turds regardless of how enticing.
08-28-2014 08:09 AM
Neko Helicopter mom over here, i know how you feel.
08-27-2014 11:53 AM
lalachka
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Happened to us many times, their stomach acid will take care of it.
That's how I think too. My dog recently walked around with a rock for 3 weeks. Ate loads of poop and is on raw.
I do get nervous about poisoned animals though. Just a personal paranoia)))))
08-27-2014 11:34 AM
Neko Happened to us many times, their stomach acid will take care of it.
08-27-2014 10:20 AM
lalachka I just saw someone replied about how to make him drink it.

so how much water
and with water, does it still do damage?
08-27-2014 10:04 AM
lalachka
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peroxide should be cut with water before giving it to induce vomiting.

Lee
I won't give it for this time already but for the future.

cut with water does it still do damage?

also, how do you make dogs drink it?

does it matter how much water?
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