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Not a solid yellow/green but like you can tell its not fully brown.
Kodas got some wired pee/poo habits if you caught my other thread on his peeing ( which a sample will be into the vet friday morning)

Since christmas he's been pooing more often ( normally once a day ) about 3 times in smaller amounts now (since 2 weeks ago ) with a yellow/green coloring to it. To my understand that means it was past fast threw his system.

he is normally on pro-series but since last week I couldnt get it I put him on Blue

could this be related to his peeing and drinking? I'll suggest it to the vet friday.
 

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OKay, figured this one out myself. He was on a new treat the day my dad dropped him off. Stopped the treats yesterday and the colored poo stopped.
 

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Yikes ... just saw this. Lol! I had given Lucy some of those " Greenies " dental bones and forgot ... needless to say I was wigging out when her poo was brilliant dark green. I panicked and thought Oh No! Another pancreatic issue! :)

Glad you figured it all out and everything is well.
 

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Yikes ... just saw this. Lol! I had given Lucy some of those " Greenies " dental bones and forgot ... needless to say I was wigging out when her poo was brilliant dark green. I panicked and thought Oh No! Another pancreatic issue! :)

Glad you figured it all out and everything is well.
This whole peeing drinking issue has got me so freaked out, im fearing its kidney issues now says his pee this morning as it wasnt overally concentrated :S
However his poops are still on the smaller side and dont do the 'normal' poop thing where they kinda land in a pile, its more like straight logs..... so sorry for that awkward discription
 

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This whole peeing drinking issue has got me so freaked out, im fearing its kidney issues now says his pee this morning as it wasnt overally concentrated :S
I believe our dogs sometimes can just get the better of us because they cannot tell us what is wrong and what hurts and where! uuuugh!!

Still hoping for the best for Koda and keeping the little guy in my thoughts and prayers! :)
 

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I believe our dogs sometimes can just get the better of us because they cannot tell us what is wrong and what hurts and where! uuuugh!!

Still hoping for the best for Koda and keeping the little guy in my thoughts and prayers! :)
You can say that again
Thanks :)
 
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