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Yesterday, after a whole day at training, hot as crap, sweating our butts off, exhausted. I get home around 7:30pm, all I wanted to do is get in the shower and go to bed. BUT NOOOOOOOO!!!!! I come home to diarrhea all over my kitchen and living room.
(Thank goodness for Pergo floors!!!)
So the first thing I have to do is clean up and mop my whole first floor. Then this morning I wake up to the same crap again!!!!!
Needless to say, I was late for work.
 

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This is gross, but we're babysitting an ill dog and dh slipped in it in the bathroom and let me tell you, they say you can't bruise between your tailbone and kidneys - so wrong. He actually had to go to the hospital by ambulance Friday! I cleaned it all up when I came home from work........ I'm happy it was just the bathroom and hallway!
 

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Ewww! We get that same problem with Maiya and her regurg from MegaE. I feel for ya!
 

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Yeah, I don't know how people with carpet deal with this stuff. I'll never forget years ago when I had a foster dog, he woke me up one morning to a HORRIBLE smell. I had carpet in my bedroom back then, there was diarrhea all over the walls, carpet, you name it. All I did was sit on my bed and cry it was so disgusting!!! I called my Pergo floor guy that second and an hour later he was measuring my room for Pergo floors.
 

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Sorry to hear about your mess and sorrier for the foster guy. He must be really stressed or sick. Thank you for taking him in - you'll get him on the road to recovery and finding the right home!
 

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Sorry to hear you had to come home and later again wake up to this. I know how frustrating it can be....not to mention how smelly and gross it can be. I know when Shiloh was young he use to have this really explosive poop at times, it was awful. I too, would come home to it all over the walls, drapes, you name it-it had poop squired on it. Maybe with your fosters it would be a good idea to just give them pumpkin as part of their diet until they are use to the new food and not so stressed. Whats your foster look like???? Gala must think you got a new boy/girl for her to push around LOL. I can picture her now feeling the 'power'.
 

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humm...just realized....this may have not been a foster huh??? Its not Gala is it??? I'm thinking she was the one at trainning??? Please let us know she is ok!!!
 

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No, I have no fosters now and haven't had any in a while. AND won't have any in the near future, have too much in my plate right now. The foster I was talking about was about 3 or so years ago.
He is in a very loving home now getting spoiled.
 

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Which one had the problem then? Not that I"M BEING NOSY LOL....
 

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poor Sam!!!!! Sending lots of hugs his way!!!
 

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Originally Posted By: GSDBESTK9Sam
I misunderstood from your post. Poor Sam ... feel better
 

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Thats so Funny! I awoke to the same odor this morning. I think it was Sable, but I got up to see where the "accident" was, and trying to keep from stepping in it. I got lucky, there were 3 rock hard, rock size pellets by the door. Quick swish of the broom, and they were gone. Hope Sam feels better, poor man.
 

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Been there. We came home one night to find that Baron had gotten hold of a carton of that shelf milk stuff we had bought for a trip. It did not agree with him at all. Unfortunately we have carpet.


Hope Sam feels better soon.
 

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I hope (for everyone's sake) that Sam feels much better very soon.

I've done the wall/carpet/crate thing a couple of times, it's not fun!
 
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