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    Mushy poop

    Hello all, i wanted to know if any of you all bp owners ever encounter mushy poop? Not urates but poop? I have noticed when i check reese tub two or three days after feeding the poop is mushy. Its only happened a couple of times but still has me wondering. Any response is appreciated. Thanks

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    Only time I have ever had mushy poop was when mine decided to drop off his load right into the water bowl. Other than that it never has been.

    Are you feeding yours too often? I hear over feeding can cause loose stools or perhaps not feeding for a long period then suddenly feeding again?
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    Re: Mushy poop

    Quote Originally Posted by SDA View Post
    Only time I have ever had mushy poop was when mine decided to drop off his load right into the water bowl. Other than that it never has been.

    Are you feeding yours too often? I hear over feeding can cause loose stools or perhaps not feeding for a long period then suddenly feeding again?
    I feed reese every thursday, but now that you mention it, i have noticed that when i miss a feed on Thursday and feed sat, i dont wait the week i feed the same thursday after.. smh stupid of me. So basically whem i miss im feeding him sat, then thurs, which probably equal mushy poop..

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    I agree. Boople has never had mushy poop but one time after her bday. She got fed on wed, her bday on that Sunday and then again on wed. Her poop was mushed together and she usually has distinct logs.
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