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Northofthe49th
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PostSubject: How many time per day do they poop   Thu Nov 26, 2015 12:17 am

Just wounding I've had my pup since she was 8weeks and I couldn't find a food that agreed with her so she was a wet poop making machine. Now that I've got her on Acana since last week and all seems well, Im wounding whats normal for a husky of this age.

current schedule

poop - 6am - very solid
feed 3/4cup - 6am

Shes in her crate while I'm at work so

poop at 4:30pm - very solid
then to dog park
poop again small amount and soft about 5:30pm
feed at 1cup 6:30pm

does this seem normal? is the second poop at 6:30pm just due to running around?



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PostSubject: Re: How many time per day do they poop   Thu Nov 26, 2015 12:33 am

well after posting this I went and read every poop thread I could find....and I now think she seems pretty normal.
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PostSubject: Re: How many time per day do they poop   Thu Nov 26, 2015 1:46 am

If you read every thread about poop you could find that must have taken the better part of a day or you're a speed reader - poop seems to be one of our favourite topics here!!! << laughing >>

Your (and her) schedule seems to work right for you all and her feces are firm so it sounds good to me.

Oh, since I'm in a weisenheimer mood tonight - the answer to your question: "As often as they need to."
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