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marianegreer
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I just wanted to thank you for posting on FB your "poop sleuth" poster. It is because of you that we took Wiley to be checked by her vet. I know people don't necessarily like to talk about the subject but it is vital to your furbabies to know everything that goes into them and eventually out the other end. We have 3 dogs and I know what each of their poops look like so when Wiley's started to look odd, we took her in and found out that she had a parasite. Easily treated and now she is a "poop" star. So all the thanks for your post. If it wasn't for your info, who knows what could have happened.

Thanking you from the "bottom" of our hearts 

Mariane, Brad, Wiley, Macy and Reno 

P.S. The picture is of Brad explaining the importance of not eating weird stuff...

why

Mariane Greer

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Topic starter Posted : 23/09/2018 5:23 pm
PharmacySheep, PositiveDog, cencalr and 5 people liked
Mad Murphy
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Haha I love the dogs listening to this serious lecture !

Really pleased you got Wiley sorted.

I'll admit I moan about Dutch people and the dog poop conversation but it does have its uses.. Dutch people descend into a dog poop discussion at every oppertunity, council meetings, planning applications, birthday parties, even  funerals! There is always someone who brings up the subject, normally they start about it being on the street but then it leads into discussions about their own dogs and their state of poop health.

I guess its not such a bad thing after all !

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Posted : 24/09/2018 2:09 am
AmongTrees
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That's great!  Hmmm..... I wonder if my vet's office would like some Red and Howling posters?  They'd be really neat to have in there...

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Posted : 24/09/2018 4:11 am
marianegreer
(@marianegreer)
Good Member

Lol, I can tell who's poop belongs to who. Our 3 only go twice a day which is great, but when it's neon green it makes you go "hmmm" so off to the vet she went. Wiley enjoys, flies, bees and lizards so we didn't know what could have caused it. I'm glad we found out and she is on the mend. 

 

Mariane Greer

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Topic starter Posted : 24/09/2018 3:29 pm
Hazel Loves bLoomer
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@AmongTrees:

That's a good suggestion hey... 🙂

They should have one...

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Posted : 24/09/2018 5:58 pm
Red & Howling
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Posted by: marianegreer

I just wanted to thank you for posting on FB your "poop sleuth" poster. It is because of you that we took Wiley to be checked by her vet. I know people don't necessarily like to talk about the subject but it is vital to your furbabies to know everything that goes into them and eventually out the other end. We have 3 dogs and I know what each of their poops look like so when Wiley's started to look odd, we took her in and found out that she had a parasite. Easily treated and now she is a "poop" star. So all the thanks for your post. If it wasn't for your info, who knows what could have happened.

Thanking you from the "bottom" of our hearts 

Mariane, Brad, Wiley, Macy and Reno 

P.S. The picture is of Brad explaining the importance of not eating weird stuff...

why

 @marianegreer - You made my week  and possibly my year.  It goes beyond words how I feel when someone tells me that I've helped them keep their pup safe.  I am so thrilled that my poop chart galvanized you to head to the vet and now your Wiley is a Poop Star (I love this!).  I love your photo of Brad and the kids!  xoAmy

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Posted : 29/09/2018 2:28 pm
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