2.08.2008

Today's burning question

Preventing dog flatulence...suggestions?

14 comments:

running42k said...

A wine cork?

Change his diet.

Sizzle said...

yeah usually they need a change in their food. isn't it the stinkiest!?

Lise said...

...a clothespin for you? heeheee
signed, sister of Danie :)

AmyD said...

Ah...so Charlie can clear a room just as well as Molly can? Hmm. Wish I had some words of wisdom here, but I usually just yell out, "OH MY GOD!" then start laughing hysterically and clamour for the nearest item with which to cover up my nose before the hairs get burned off. If you come up with something, be sure to let me know! ;o)

Me said...

Beano.

Or change his dog food and see what happens.

kenju said...

Choose different food and see what happens. A local blogger here had the problem and when she bought something different (better) the flatulance left.

Anonymous said...

Give him a little bit of human toothpaste.
Sounds wierd, but it works for my dog.

meno said...

outdoor kennel?

Just kidding. It's the diet.

Dan-E said...

stop feeding him beans and cabbage. your dog and i could be related.

Cheryl said...

Diet? Outdoor time? That's all I got.

gemma said...

Usually it's because we have changed his diet..and we didn't do it gradually. Chicken (poached) and rice always got him back on track and then gradually mix in the food you will be feeding until he is used to it.

Also Airspray. and in some cases my husband was blaming the dog and I believed.

utenzi said...

Stop feeding him? Works for husbands too!

Chica said...

A tricky one. I'm actually trying to figure out how to stop my once-oh-so-cute-puppy peeing all over his own paws, then sticking them in mummy's face.

I'm loving Utenzi's suggestion though (for the husbands, the dog is still too cute)!

WendyB said...

"wine cork" BWAH!
Try prayer.
My late dog once farted so loudly he scared himself and barked at his own ass.