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2/5/11 9:09 A

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Thanks for your stories of gas.........It's nice to know that more or less everyone does not feel that it is any big deal as I thought I should be doing more for her.........p.s. we had a little reprieve from her fumes yesterday and today so far.....lol emoticon

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2/4/11 11:33 P
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Occasionly my little girl will pass gas. I noticed that it happens when she is little off and not done her business as she usually does. She is regular to about twice a day other wise she will pass a little gas. We just laugh about it and she looks at us like we are craxy

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2/4/11 4:38 P

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For the most part she eats 4-Health Dog Food And Dog Jerky..............

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2/4/11 10:45 A

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I think as long as she poops at least once a day you have nothing to worry about.Baby passes gas too sometimes.I have read that it comes from feeding them human food snacks.I confess i give my dog bites of food.If it bothers you too much try feeding her only dog food for a month and see what happens or doesn't. emoticon

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2/4/11 8:45 A

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O.K.
Thank You For Your Info
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2/4/11 8:37 A

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We were told as long as there is no change in how often they go not to worry about it. If you see a change then they probably need to be expressed

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2/3/11 8:37 P

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O.K. now I know this is gross and I would not even ask but I have had such conflicting answers from groomers to vets to people who have companion doggies. It is sometimes said that a dog (pugs in particular) have glad issues which sometimes need to be dealt with by a vet............My dog will blow you out of the livingroom when she um.......poops........ emoticon Some say as long as she poos on a regular basis, not to worry about um.........having to express her glands......... emoticon some say that the vet, groomer, or companion person, should do it on a regular basis.........Any ideas......Sorry about the subject but could really use some help here..............she does "go" atleast 2-3 times per day................

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