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You may need to change the dog food you are feeding her. Just a suggestion. It isn't right she should have that problem.

Dogs and cats tails are part of their spinal cord. When it is docked too short, the spinal cord became a bit mutated and can put pressure on the rectum, making it hard to poop. My cat is a manx so she naturally has to tail. Because on that her rectum is deformed and I have to help her poop sometimes. Two vets have told me that.

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You may need to change the dog food you are feeding her. Just a suggestion. It isn't right she should have that problem.

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Increase fluid intake and add some insoluble fiber to the dog's diet. I am sure this would work the same for canines as it does humans.

Wow, thats horrible. I'm not sure if they have laxatives for dogs but you might want to look into it.

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I've used Laxapet for kittens before. They will lick it off your finger because it's so tasty. Or so I hear...

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#56 - is that why you took your time out to reply to my comments? - you know why; it's because I'm worth it!

How do you help squeeze crap out of you dogs butt? do you like strangle her stomach and hope shit comes out?

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7-You do what is called an "expression" for the dog which is (For those who are sqeeemish, DO NOT READ ON) when you put two fingers on either side of your dog's anal glands and squeeze together, much like popping a pimple but with less pressure applied. Usually it's used if a dog has build-up in their anal sacs and start dragging their butt across the ground or biting around that area, but as in OP's case, it works to help your dog get poop out as well.

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