Thursday, May 2, 2013

Stinky Days

This is a bizarre post, but does anyone have any suggestions for how to reduce gas in dogs?

Lightning is stinking us out of house and home....I've walked in the last few days and told my son to go find the dog crap, but there never is any.  Hubby realized it was the gaseous stuff and we were looking for the wrong thing. 

I found a few supplements that use ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and enzymes....just wondering if anyone can recommend something specific.


  1. Blueberry isn't typically gassy. Is there a new treat? A new food? Or is this gassiness just par for the course?

    Whenever B does happen to have foul smelling gas, I can usually trace it back to something specific - like these treats I bought once that had rabbit in them. Phew. That was rough.

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    My Aunt's Basset Hound/Golden Retriever cross is a bit gassy. If memory serves me, she has to make Lucy's food and treats from scratch. If memory serves me. Good luck!! ;op
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  3. We had a severe gas issue for a while and used a supplement from the vet - FortiFlora. One little packet on the food once a day and what a difference!

    Good luck.

  4. Oh my, does our princess have a gas problem?! Even though the nights are getting nippy, we sometimes have to sleep with the windows open. I have not discovered the source of this noxious problem but I think it must be some food she's eating or scavenging. I've tried charcoal bikkies (made specially for dogs). While charcoal tabs work very well for us humans, I'm not sure it actually does for dogs. So I have no solution except to buy a gas mask. Please keep me posted :)

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