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    Labs4me is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultFat content & poop

    Sorry guys got another question related to poop...If the fat content in a food that you are feeding is too high (for a particular dog) can this affect the poop (as in the poops being loose and/or diarrhea, or the stool being large)? This is of course assuming that there are no worms, giardia, ect.
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    DefaultRe: Fat content & poop

    Sure, fat content. Protein content too. If a food is too rich, it can upset a tummy. Some dogs don't do well on certain brands of food.

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    DefaultRe: Fat content & poop

    If it's been a while in between marrow bones, all that fat will give Jes the runs for about 24 hours.

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