- Feb 26, 2009
he's never done that before.
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Yeah, pooh rating scale might have been in poor taste but it helped me to sort out Butterball's issues. It really helped me. Ball's pooh issues have been minimal since the pooh scale. He's even getting more treats now.uh-oh... maybe Butterball was objecting to his dad posting his potty habits with a *poo rating scale* on the internet? he's got an image to maintain for his sphynx buddies, ya know
Not in poor taste at all --I thought it was a clever, methodical way to keep track of his progress. I apologize if I came across as I was criticizing the scale. I'm happy to hear he's doing well. I think you take wonderful care of Butterball and I'm envious of your relationship with the little guy. Dobby, the Sphynx I take care of for my neighbors, is a bit of a cranky old guy...Yeah, pooh rating scale might have been in poor taste but it helped me to sort out Butterball's issues. It really helped me. Ball's pooh issues have been minimal since the pooh scale. He's even getting more treats now.
Keep a close eye on his bowel movements for 48 hours. Toilet paper (even small amounts) can cause intestinal blockage, intusseception and/or rupture. If you note any abnormalities, get him to your veterinarian promptly.
I'm glad to hear your dogs have pulled through. Dogs generally have a more tough GI tract than cats, and it's usually bigger and more stuff can pass through.Or at the most he will s**t it out! My dogs have eaten pens, underwear hershey kisses (with wrappers) stuffed animals Q-tips,etc. They are still alive and kickin!