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M   Hawthorne, New Jersey

12/9/2014 6:03:20 AM

I went on this site for some help on how to pick up my dog's diarrhea after/in the rain. I have 3 dogs, 2 are new and have parasites so I have to be diligent. I couldn't find anything but ... some ideas did trigger some thoughts and I did come up with a way to do it! I took 2 plastic bags and 2 stiff sturdy pieces of cardboard. Put the cardboard, 1 in each plastic bag, and scraped up the soupy goop poop onto the one piece of cardboard using the other. When I scooped it, I used my right handed contraption to scrape onto my left handed contraption, then I turned the left handed bag inside out using my right handed contraption. Then I pulled the cardboard out of the right handed bag leaving the dirty bag inside the left handed bag, saving the cardboard for another time, tied it in a knot and discarded. Hope that helps someone else!

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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

9/19/2012 7:10:11 PM

Some very helpful hints. Thanks!

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COCO   Dallas, TX

6/30/2012 8:57:35 AM

Thanks

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Sarah   Moore, OK

6/2/2009 6:45:02 PM

Thanks to ALL of your help.I really needed it.Even though I had my Italian Greyhound(Geo)for 2 years,I was clueless.Real big thanks.

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Jessica R   Index, WA

9/18/2007 7:19:31 PM

When we first adopted our German Sheppard mix puppy we were appalled at how sensitive his stomach was. Anything new in his diet meant a room-wide cleanup of a mess originating from one end of the puppy or the other. At that time we began a pre-bedtime ritual treat of a couple heaping tablespoons of plain or vanilla yogurt which we follow with an enzyme 'toothbrush' chew. The results were immediate. The dog is 2 years old now and the evil-smelling surprises are ancient history!

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Jessica R   Index, WA

9/18/2007 3:29:32 PM

When we first got a German Shepard mix puppy we were surprised by how sensitive his stomach was. Anything he ate that was unusual to him made a mess from one end or the other. Making a habit of giving him a 'treat' of a couple heaping tablespoons of plain or vanilla yogurt every evening before he brushes his teeth with his enzyme tooth brush has made all the difference in keeping the mud-room (the dog's bed-room) clean until morning no matter what he gets into or up to during the day.

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