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    I love the 'foggy darts' and 'windy bottom'! I intend on using those. So far Claire hasn't had any issues, but the the dog we had before could clear a room when his tummy was rolling!
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    Claire was born on Feb7, 2010

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    These posts brought some loud chuckles as I read them. If my Lyndsey farted like my fiancee does both would be sleeping in another room.

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    If anyone farts around or near Ruby she literally gets up, shoots a look of disgust and wanders in to another room!!

    That goes for when she farts too!!!

    Karen

    Ruby - my stunning soul mate who defies the odds every day
    Charlie- my angel at heart and devil at play


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    Hilarious LOL

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    One of my Cavaliers, Rufus, used to fart for England when he was older and quite poorly. It really did offend him too, and he'd dash away as soon as it happened - I used to call the poor old boy my methane propelled Cavalier.

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    Murphy moves after farting, it seems to offend him

    Just a word of warning about letting dogs eat cut grass. Cut grass ferments very quickly after cutting which can cause stomach upset.
    Paula - mum to Murphy(6) & Misty(7), and Jerry our cat.

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    Benji does some right stinkers. Usually when he's fast asleep and relaxs a little too much and then sometimes if he over exerts himself. They really linger. It's not nice. Worse of all with the real stinky ones he'll give you evils and move away as if you did it.
    Proud momma of Benji. Born 15-8-10!!

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    Default This thread is hilarious...

    Gracie did some minor farts before we got her on raw food and was having colitis on and off, but the WORST ones came when we tried to use the Pill Pocket treats. The duck and pea flavor for dogs with allergies ..... oh my gosh! I think those almost took the paint off the walls of the bedroom! Even if they had worked, which they didn't, I vowed to never give her those ever again.

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    Leo's are silent but deadly....... We never know there's one coming until its too late
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tania View Post
    In our house we call it Windy Bottoms because Molly doesn't Fart....Apparently
    Tanya, 'Windy Bottoms' sounds like a place name. I love it!
    Desrae, guardian of two tri-coloured cavaliers, Belle 3 years old and Bobby 1 year/8 months.

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