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06-10-2014 02:09 PM
carmspack Outdoor mushroom control is "sunshine" .

puppy doesn't need flavoured yogurt or white rice "yogurt and rice but he didn't like certain flavors" Flavoured yogurt has LOTS of sugar , or "other" which you have to watch for to see what the artificial sweetener is , corn starch , it is basically dessert.

The dog needs a good diet with good meat .
06-10-2014 02:02 PM
Ellimaybel
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Originally Posted by wyoung2153 View Post
Oh that's lovely... haha. We always have to be difficult. Titan is the same way Good luck!! What did research say?
Basically I researched and got the name of the mushroom. They claim it's non-toxic, but Gunther's butt begs to differ. Hubby and I will have to find an organic fungicide. I had Gunther on chicken and rice but his pano flared up very bad so I switched to yogurt and rice but he didn't like certain flavors. So now he's on cottage cheese and rice which he seems crazy about. He's already had 2 bowls (about 4 cups) and he's still begging for more. But he has to wait a little while. I know he likes a meal when he rolls around grunting after eating.
06-10-2014 12:40 PM
wyoung2153 Oh that's lovely... haha. We always have to be difficult. Titan is the same way Good luck!! What did research say?
06-10-2014 12:38 PM
Ellimaybel
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Originally Posted by wyoung2153 View Post
for some reason, I don't think they saw that part.. lol. i don't ahve advice for the mushrooms, I would go to lowes and ask what they thought and what was pet friendly. In the mean time... pick em!!
If it were only that simple. Sigh. Gunther doesn't eat the big fluffy ones that I can see while walking through the yard. Nope. He's found this kind (we think they are stinkhorns) that when immature they blend in and look like either wood from the tree or some other sort of tree thing fallen. Even after I took one from him I had trouble identifying it as a mushroom until the smell hit me. GSD's never do anything simple
06-10-2014 12:34 PM
wyoung2153 for some reason, I don't think they saw that part.. lol. i don't ahve advice for the mushrooms, I would go to lowes and ask what they thought and what was pet friendly. In the mean time... pick em!!
06-10-2014 12:30 PM
Ellimaybel Thank you all... even though none of that was what I asked for. I was asking for ways to kill the mushrooms, I had the dog thing under control. Since nobody had any helpful tips on how to kill the mushrooms I've already researched everywhere and found my own solution. Thank you.
06-10-2014 04:58 AM
LisaT
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Originally Posted by my boy diesel View Post
mushrooms could kill him!
e vet??
Absolutely, you're playing with fire.

The best way is to get out there and pull out the mushrooms so they don't spread. If you are watering your lawn, adjust your sprinkling schedule.

If all else fails, you must make sure you go out with your dog and and supervise so that no mushrooms are eaten. They can cause liver failure, and possibly other conditions that I'm not aware of.
06-10-2014 04:54 AM
LisaT
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I've seen several dogs diagnosed with IBD (irritable bowel disease) ,,,,
Actually, IBD stands Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and is diagnosed by finding lymphocytes and/or eosinophils in different parts of the digestive tract.

Irritiable Bowel Syndrome is (IBS) and does not have the same technical symptoms (does not have the same inflammatory cells), but presents with the exact same symptoms.

Many vets will diagnose an IBS dog with IBD (and vica versa), and there is no way to really tell them apart without the proper diagnostics, or if you have a good internal medicine vet with a lot of experience and instinct (though that would still not be definitive).

It's common for people to mix up the names of IBD and IBS, but they are different things.
06-08-2014 09:49 PM
Anubis_Star I've seen several dogs diagnosed with IBD (irritable bowel disease) after their second or third foreign body surgery by age 3. Some dogs with upset GI tracts forage attempting to soothe their system

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06-08-2014 07:36 PM
my boy diesel mushrooms could kill him!
e vet??
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