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I know that even in the Health and Medical disscussion board, maybe too much poop can overwhelm some people. I feel that their health is seen in their poop. I always inspect their poop to see how they are doing. And inspect it thouroughly. I know I am way off to the side on the Bell Curve here to some, but that is it. So I was wondering if there was a board excusively for poop problems, questions, and scenerios.:unsure

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Guest AmazinGreyz

Until I got my boys, I honestly can say I never gave poop much of a thought. Certainly not when I was raising my skin child!

 

But, my poop-centric world began when my whippet first had his Big D challenges. Now that Ivan has joined the family, my moods defintely can be affected by volume and quality... I know it's going to be a good day when we have nice firm poos!

 

Good grief

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Guest Celestrina

parents and pet owners can talk about poop aaaallll day. :lol

 

there should be a PoopDeck though! lol

 

So true. Even though my son is 7 I could still talk about his problems with constipation. :sick

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Guest AmazinGreyz

I'm almost embarrased to say I'm a poo watcher too. It seems to me (in this house anyway) it's the first indicator of

something wrong somewhere. :blush

 

 

 

Oh dear... I feel a theme song coming on: "I'm a poo watcher, I'm a poo watcher, each and every day"

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Can't say that I am a detailed poop inspector. If it is nice and firm and nothing is wiggling in it on a coursory glance I'm not going any further unless there seems to be reason to do so..

 

This is more my style, too. But, I do have to admit I pick up the yard every day so I can keep tabs on the erm, output :lol and I could never have anyone else do pick-up, how could I be sure they were really checking :unsure

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Until I got my boys, I honestly can say I never gave poop much of a thought. Certainly not when I was raising my skin child!

 

But, my poop-centric world began when my whippet first had his Big D challenges. Now that Ivan has joined the family, my moods defintely can be affected by volume and quality... I know it's going to be a good day when we have nice firm poos!

 

Good grief

 

:rotfl :rotfl

 

 

parents and pet owners can talk about poop aaaallll day. :lol

 

there should be a PoopDeck though! lol

 

I agree - with pics and all! :rotfl:bounce2

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Ah....I monitor poop often. Habit comes from having horses - who, if they poop just a tiny bit less than usual could mean impending disaster!!!! But yes, even on my houndies, I watch closely. I must admit, however, as a mother of only fur children - and no skin children - I have never changed a human diaper - even my nephew's when he was little, so I cannot comment on watching that type of poop!!!:lol :lol

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Ah....I monitor poop often. Habit comes from having horses - who, if they poop just a tiny bit less than usual could mean impending disaster!!!! But yes, even on my houndies, I watch closely. I must admit, however, as a mother of only fur children - and no skin children - I have never changed a human diaper - even my nephew's when he was little, so I cannot comment on watching that type of poop!!!:lol :lol

 

 

I have only had and only have fur kids too, and to be honest with you, I cannot fathom of having to check human baby poop. EWWWWWW!!! And changing a diaper??? :o

No thanks. but my Greybabys? I will do anything a mother has to do for them.

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