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Old 01-09-2013, 02:55 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Mine has a special thug for my sisters crayons... I know this when you see her poop lol
Whats the dogs favorite crayon color?
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Jase is 9 1/2 weeks and his favorite thing is deer poop. He can find every spot where they have pooped in a matter of seconds. We are out in the country and I have become a hater of deer, they eat everything. Digging in a pile of leaves to get to the dirt is another favorite of his. We've started calling him a blood hound because his nose is always to the ground.
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Zoe loves to eat acorns off the patio... it used to bother me but she hasn't had any problems passing them, so I just let her go about her business for the most part!
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Yellow lol, can dogs see that color?
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I'm not sure if I am relieved to know this is normal after all or cry.
Out puppies have destroyed a half acre of everything. We thought he section of yard with cactus plants was at least safe-nope poked by plants didn't stop them either. I think the only plants that are safe are our roses bushes and redwood trees.
They eat absolutely anything and everything. So glad we thought them early on that we can put our hands in their mouthed without resistance. It is hard to catch everything.
The strangest thing in the poop so far has been pink fluorescent chunks of ???
When I saw my granddaughters scooter was missing one hand grip, well there you go it WAS bright fluorescent pink.
Another danger we have found that you have to really watch for this time of year is standing water due to all of the rain. Fresh water right in front of them, but they would rather drink from mud puddles, outdoor fountains or anywhere there is water other than a clean water bowl.



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Yellow lol, can dogs see that color?
lol!!! I thought dogs were color blind?
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haha. Well they say you need to watch the standing puddles bc of west nile...but I'm not sure what else?
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I'm not sure if I am relieved to know this is normal after all or cry.
Out puppies have destroyed a half acre of everything. We thought he section of yard with cactus plants was at least safe-nope poked by plants didn't stop them either. I think the only plants that are safe are our roses bushes and redwood trees.
They eat absolutely anything and everything. So glad we thought them early on that we can put our hands in their mouthed without resistance. It is hard to catch everything.
The strangest thing in the poop so far has been pink fluorescent chunks of ???
When I saw my granddaughters scooter was missing one hand grip, well there you go it WAS bright fluorescent pink.
Another danger we have found that you have to really watch for this time of year is standing water due to all of the rain. Fresh water right in front of them, but they would rather drink from mud puddles, outdoor fountains or anywhere there is water other than a clean water bowl.



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I am new at this site just want all to know my boxer is real sick from eating deer poop. Has mucousy bloody stool today. Going to vet tomorrow. Getting a fecal test but probably has giardia. Can be really dangerous. I found this site by looking up if anyone has problems with their boxer eating deer poop. Ugh
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I am new at this site just want all to know my boxer is real sick from eating deer poop. Has mucousy bloody stool today. Going to vet tomorrow. Getting a fecal test but probably has giardia. Can be really dangerous. I found this site by looking up if anyone has problems with their boxer eating deer poop. Ugh
Maybe eimeria from droppings. Bothy babies had giardia last fall. I hope you identify it and get rid of it quickly.
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Old 01-20-2013, 06:56 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Serena eats leaves, grass, sticks, paper towels, paper, you name it. She used to be able to get to my cat's litter box and would eat the cat poop. She can't get to the box anymore, though.

She also picks up rocks from outside and runs around with them in her mouth. At least she doesn't try to eat those.
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