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Hi,

Finally a place I can air my woes. Well, not so many of them yet, but the way things are headed soon there'll be plenty!!! :)

Our pup, Willie, a Golden Retriever, male is 2.5 months old. This is first time our family has had a pet. I have two pre- teen kids and they absolutely adore him, as does my husband and I. We love to watch him discover his world and he seems like a happy and contented little fella.

He likes milk, chicken, eggs and eating the soil from the flower pots, something that rattles my nerves. I did find two small stones in his stool once. I worry that this could be dangerous as it could hurt the lining of his stomach and intestines.

Will keep in touch. Great to be here.

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Ashima
 

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Hi,

Finally a place I can air my woes. Well, not so many of them yet, but the way things are headed soon there'll be plenty!!! :)

Our pup, Willie, a Golden Retriever, male is 2.5 months old. This is first time our family has had a pet. I have two pre- teen kids and they absolutely adore him, as does my husband and I. We love to watch him discover his world and he seems like a happy and contented little fella.

He likes milk, chicken, eggs and eating the soil from the flower pots, something that rattles my nerves. I did find two small stones in his stool once. I worry that this could be dangerous as it could hurt the lining of his stomach and intestines.

Will keep in touch. Great to be here.

Regards
Ashima

Hello, Ashima. Milk is not something that is good for dogs. Dairy wreaks havoc on a dog's digestive system. Besides, they cannot absorb the nutrients in milk. Dogs are naturally wired as carnivores, not omnivores.
 
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