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Thread: Not quite sure what is up with my little creature....?

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    I think more than anything I just need to be reassured.
    So I appreciate you taking your time to help reassure me.

    As a side note, he has gobbled up 3 20gram meals of the Bento-Kronen food today.
    I'm so happy he likes it and will eat it up.

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    So pleased the wee fellow has recovered - he is lucky to have such a caring and devoted guardian
    Nicki and the Cavalier Clan Our photos www.scotlandimagery.com
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    I'm lucky I can bring him to work, so I can monitor him all the time.
    If I just came home and found some vomit and diarrhea and didn't know what happened I dont' know how I would have reacted.

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    Glad to hear your pup is doing better! And I'm also glad to hear that scooting is common in this breed! My 5 month old pup does it often. Usually before or after she pees/poops. Is your dog paper/pee pad trained? Mine is and I keep wondering if the scooting is connected to that (in addition to food, as you have been wondering). When we had her trained to go exclusively outside she scooted far less (I thought this could be because she had a chance to "wipe" on the grass and possibly even that eating a bit of grass keeps things clean inside).

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