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Guest ShannonQ
I must admit I have smelt my doggies feet also. Sometimes they smell awful.

How often do you smell them? :blink::lol

 

The first time I saw swellings on Copie I asked the vet about it too. Casino needed to be "flushed" at one point - fortunately they did it for me at the vets - Thank Goodness! :P

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Guest Marcia7179
And my DH thinks the doggies paws smell like Doritos, DS says Fritos.

:P:P:P I was JUST going to add that... LOLOL

 

Renee likes to put her head in my lap and roach... and those big stick legs go right in my face... You can't help but smell them...

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Jim gets the swellings quite often, but they usually go down quickly. I notice them sometimes when I come in if I've been out a long time (now what does that say about our relationship :lol:eek:lol ?)

 

But I have to say, you must have darn big olives where you come from!

 

:lol:lol:lol

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:lol :lol I've never noticed this on Gunnar, but then, I've never looked... He never roaches though. Is that the only time you see it?

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Thanks all for the 'olive' info. I feel much better...I think :eek ...although I am a bit worried about some of you!! :lol:lol

 

At least I know I'm not alone! :blush

Laurie

**& Angels Emily, Beatrice, Okie, Rhemus ,Vixen, and Rose-always in my heart**

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Caesar gets the olives when he has to pee. --usually a lot of times in the morning.

 

What's this about "flushing?" What is it and what's it for? Is it something I should be doing?

 

Caesar's feet smell like Fritos. And his breath smells like cat turds. Oh wait. He's just eating out of the cat box again.

 

Holly in NY

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What's this about "flushing?" What is it and what's it for? Is it something I should be doing?

 

:lol :lol :lol :lol I'm sorry I don't mean to laugh, but I can hear the panic in your post! The "flushing" was something one of our members had to do when her Grey had a sheath infection. It's not something you'll probably ever have to do...if you're lucky. :lol

 

I can just see you picturing us all "flushing" our Greys "down there" and not letting you in on the secret! :lol

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:lol :lol LMAOoooooooooooooooooooo :lol :lol

I was suprised when I saw Flash's woody for the first time! I thought once a god was neutered, they did not get erections anymore. This post really did brighten my cruddy day! Thanks Laurie!

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Hoo-hoo?...............?.....................?Where in the he77 did you come up with that one?

 

Hoo hoo (noun) - Highly scientific, technical term for the canine (particularly, Greyhound) penis. Usually found in the genital area, also known as "down there" of the male canine. In the female gender this "area" is sometimes known as the "wee wee".

 

:lol :lol :lol

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I noticed Jed's "olives" when we first brought him home. I freaked out and called the emergency vet... and then realized what was happening as I was speaking to whoever answered the phone... From panic to embarassment in 30 seconds! :lol

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and Jed (10.30.98 - 11.28.08) & Ripple (3.25.99 - 8.20.09) together again at the bridge
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I haven't noticed any "olives" on Zephyr (he's a neutered brindle male) but we have noticed a lot of "excitement". The past few days when I've come home from work he's been awfully :blush and I do mean awfully "excited" to see me! It's almost a little creepy! :unsure:

 

As for the flushing...well, we went to the vet about some leakage and were given a plastic syringe type thing that we are to insert into the sheath and inject a little cream. We've only had Zephyr for about 7 weeks (not that I'm counting or anything :rolleyes: ) and we haven't had much success with this. Third time we tried he growled, understandably if you ask me! Anyway, I haven't noticed as much leakage lately and he hasn't ever seemed bothered by it anyway.

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My husband saw these "olives" on our male and immediately went on the internet to see if he could figure out what they were. Well.. after searching "male dog anatomy", he got some very interesting results... and eventually discovered the Bulbous Glandis (sp?)

 

Our vet once had a lady bring her dog after seeing her dogs' bulbous and was convinced he had gotten golf balls stuck in there somehow. The vet told her it was highly unlikely.. but she insisted on bringing him in. :lol

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OMG! You guys are sooo funny. Oh and Laurie, "hoo hoo" and "hangy downs"??? Aren't you a nurse? Too funny! Copper not only gets the olives but will lick and start to hump his mouth. :P He gets all curled up in a ball and goes at it. I know I shouldn't watch, but I just can't seem to look away! :o

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:lol:lol:lol:lol Now that I have just picked myself up off the floor from laughing (my family think I have gone mad :blink: ) can I ask "Why do you smell their feet"?

 

Debbie.

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Hey, 'hoo hoo' and 'hangy-downs' are perfectly acceptable medical terminology!! :lol

 

Sort of like: lolfof (little old lady, found on floor) and ctd (circling the drain) :D

 

:P:P

Laurie

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Hey, 'hoo hoo' and 'hangy-downs' are perfectly acceptable medical terminology!!   :lol

:lol:lol:lol

 

'Hangy-downs' are called 'dangly bits' in our house. Which is, of course, the proper name for them and MUCH more technical... :P

 

BTW I noticed Jim's 'olives' on day 1 - he was so bewildered by his new situation that when I sat down in front of the TV that night he came and stood in front of me and humped the air. He had NO idea what was expected of him, poor soul :lol

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I know this is an older thread, but the thought just occurred to me.... I'll probably find myself looking for "grapes" near Sandy's "whatnot" just to see what this is all about! (Now, THOSE are some technical terms). Oh my.... Does this mean I get upgraded from Grey Pup with one square to whatever the next level is?!? What is that all about, anyhow?

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