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Old 09-03-2018, 06:56 AM
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Should I Take Dallas To The Vet

Hello everyone I just recently started walking my Pitty Dallas again I wasn’t able to due to a back injury. My brother had been walking him but he never informed me of his pooping habits. As I said the past few days I’ve walked him And I’ve noticed his poop is very soft and it’s like a really light brown.... I personally don’t know how long this has been going on or if I should be concerned? I’m not sure if it’s the food he’s eating or the fact he over weight. I am a bit of a hypochondriac and don’t want to have to spend money at the vet if I do not have to. I would appreciate the help Thank You!
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Is he acting fine otherwise? Same energy, same breathing, no coughing, etc? If everything else is normal try plain chicken with rice to see if it clears up.

But try to find out how long it's been going on. Ask your brother if he's noticed it.
If it doesn't get better in a day or two or if anything else is going on I'd take him in.
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My brother says it’s been about a week. He still acting like his normal self nothings seems to be bothering him. I’ll try the chicken and rice today. Thank You so much.
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If he has recently had any kind of diet change, that could account for it. As said, if he is otherwise normal, give it a little time, to see if it stabilizes. to more normal.
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