Post # 1
Oh man… I have a very small dog. but he makes VERY big stinks. He’s sitting next to me and has horrible gas (SORRY TMI) … does this happen to your pets? I can barely breathe! lol
We just came back from a long walk so I don’t think he needs to poop, but.. uggh.. could it be his food?
Post # 3
I think its the food, my puppy used to have this issue, but I’ve since changed her food and she’s not stinky at all anymore.
Post # 4
I would switch his food. It can make a big difference. Oh and sometimes its the treats so try switching those if switching his food doesn’t work.
Post # 5
My dog is gross with his farts. He’s a 10 lb toy poodle. He’s allergic to almost everything, so I’m afraid to switch his food!
Post # 6
It’s most definitely the food. Our vet explained a lot about how the canine digestive system works and the bottom line is, the higher quality food you feed him, the less he will fart.
Post # 7
I have a boston terrier… dont even get me started. Thankfully once we found a food that agreed with her, it cut down on the gas significantly, but its still really bad when she chews a bone for some length of time.
Post # 8
It’s the food. We feed our dogs raw and some of the wonderful side effects are poop that doesn’t stink and no gas lol.
Post # 9
Better food is needed, try grain-free. Also probiotics may help.
Post # 10
I figured out that our puppy gets it from his treats (my bad for thinking I found a steal at the Dollar Store – lol).
Also, our rescue (and other bees) have suggested canned pumpkin for digestive/constipation/diahrea problems.