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    Default Puppy Gas

    I had forgotten how lethally gassy these pups can be as babies.

    Oliver is sleeping curled up like a cat behind me on the sofa cushion, and just cut loose on me.
    ~Denise and Clancy, Dillon (gone to The Bridge), and baby Oliver

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    Gooooood dog

    I wondering how you can forget the smell... Do not think I'm going to forget how horrible it smells

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    I never had that with Claire, hmmmm, wonder why?
    Cindy and Claire
    Claire was born on Feb7, 2010

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    No dog will ever match me after eating onions....but that's for another day maybe lmao.....when you gotta go you gotta go !

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    Chamberlain sometimes has those gassy farts...so gross! He farted once during dog class and I was super embarrassed. I didn't know if I should say it was him or not! Because everyone always "blames the dog" lol
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    Chamberlain (10 month Male Blenheim Cavalier)
    Sasha (6 year old Female Great Pyrennes)

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    It's not just puppies though: I had an elderly Cavalier who used to fart for England - he seriously took offence at what was issuing from his rear end and would dash away from it. I used to call him my methane propelled Cavalier.

    Rosemary

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    Since I actually rock Bentley to sleep frequently, I get whiffs of this as well. But something else I noticed as soon as we got him (10 wks) was a noise while he's sleeping that's loud enough I can hear it from the next room. It doesn't wake him, but I can see his tummy bouncing up & down. I guess it's hiccups. Happens every few days.

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    Default Just loving this image!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dozyrosy View Post
    It's not just puppies though: I had an elderly Cavalier who used to fart for England - he seriously took offence at what was issuing from his rear end and would dash away from it. I used to call him my methane propelled Cavalier.

    Rosemary
    Never imagined the jet propulsion, but Gracie's were pretty awful when we had diet issues with her.... whew!

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