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August 04, 2014
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There is something inherently comical about a dog passing gas, but the joke can get old fast if your pal starts emitting foul odors while you’re trying to relax or entertain guests. The good news is that there are things you can do to control your dog’s tooting, and the fixes aren’t all that complicated. Let’s take a look.
Put simply, flatulence is the result of excess gas in the intestinal tract and colon. These gases may be made up of swallowed air, gas diffused from the bloodstream, gas produced during digestion, or gas produced by bacteria that live in the intestinal tract.
There are a number of possible causes of flatulence in dogs:
If you’ve decided that you’ve finally had enough of your dog’s breaking wind, it’s time to take action. Here are some easy changes that you can make to your dog’s lifestyle that may reduce their flatulence:
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