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royv is offline  
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29-03-2008, 07:54 PM
I would agree with others that it is probably the food, so worth slowly changing over to another brand.

You may find that activated charcoal helps with the wind problem - either as granules, tablets or biscuits.
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Brundog is offline  
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30-03-2008, 09:14 AM
i agree with everone else its the food - however i have a staffie and they are quite renowned for disgusting bums !!!

I found that it my dog is ever so much overfed - he stinks to high heaven regardless of his food - so whilst i think his food isnt the ideal, perhaps try decreasing the amount - or splitting it into two meals so that he has more time to digest it properly.
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30-03-2008, 09:42 AM
When I had my staffie, we had the same PHEWWWWWW probs. Our vets told us to get Charcole biscuits, and it worked
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31-03-2008, 12:04 AM
I have never used them myself but have heard that there are
these rocks that you put in their water bowl and its meant to really help with windy dog butts!!!

I think they are sulphur - I guess its worth a try!
Dan+Dogs. xxx
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