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Q. Just got a 2yo female dog. She's housetrained but lately she's been pooping very wet, odorless feces Sometimes with whole food in it. What's up?

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A. That's strange. Has she been vomiting up her food? Does she eat super fast and is not chewing her food? I would recommend that you see your vet first because any time something is out of the ordinary your best bet is to see your dog's regular veterinarian. If your dog is eating too quickly buy a slow feeder. Buy a bowl that has shapes inside of it to force your dog to slowly get food and to focus their time on chewing. Your local pet store will have these. If you can't find them or are confused ask an assosciate about slow feeders to help dogs who eat their food too fast. They should know what that is and if they don't ask a manager or someone else haha.

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