Firm up that dog poop!

Firm Up Dog Poop with a Raw Diet

Easier to clear dog poop

Bristol stool chart

Which one does you dog leave for you!

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Firming up your dog’s poo not only improves any kind of discomfort and health issues your dog might have but will also make clearing up a lot easier for you. The dooup will clear soft waste from grass with just a few extra pumps of the handle, but soft and runny waste on paving can be a problem for all types of clearing device.

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The solution is, firm up that stool buy trying some of the following ideas:

Canned pure pumpkin (not raw, not the sugary, spicy pie filling)

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Just a couple of tea spoons a day (warning: too much can be toxic) for pups and a couple of tablespoons for bigger dogs should improve diarrhoea and constipation and help you receive a more solid gift from your companion!

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Don’t overfeed

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Feeding less relieves the strain on your dog’s digestive system. Feel your dog’s body, running your hands along his sides from shoulders to hips. If he feels overweight then cut back on his food. Ask the vet next time if your pooch is carrying a few too many pounds.

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Change your dog food

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Obvious I know, but often owners think it’s just part of owning a dog that they will have sensitive stomachs, but experiment with food to get the best quality for your dogs health, one that agrees with their bowel movements.

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Most dry commercial pet foods are at least 50% grain because the carbohydrates are needed to hold the food together. A dog does not need, and certainly cannot properly digest the amount of unnatural carbohydrates found in such feed. This goes a long way to explaining why dogs on a commercial diet have much bigger stools than those fed on a raw diet. It’s the first thing people notice when they move to raw; smaller, less smelly stools due to the high digestibility of the natural food. It can take 18 hours for a dog fed on a kibble-based diet to digest this food, whereas on a natural raw food diet which means the food is digested in around 6 hours.

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More to come on this topic soon!

In the meantime, take a look at the best and most hygienic way to clear your garden. The dooup is the only pooper scooper in the world to sanitise while clearing dog waste. It also contains multiple amounts, so saving you time and bags. When full, the dooup will automatically seal the bag inside upon removal of the collection chamber. This will be the best and the most used garden product you'll ever buy!

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