Gut Bacteria for Dogs

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Gut Bacteria for Dogs

Postby thailazer » Wed May 07, 2014 11:17 am

So the garbage got picked up early this morning and I noticed the bottom of the recycled tire bin had a nasty gooey pile of bean noodles and grass stuck together with a few maggots crawling around in it. I grabbed a stick and gagged as the smell of it hit me. Threw it on the ground and felt good about a clean bin. Walked away and looked back a few minutes later to see the dog scarfing down the pile of vile. Ewwwww! Not sure how the dog could stand the smell let alone the taste, and it almost seems like they need nasty food occasionally. No kisses from the dog today, that is for sure.
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