Body & Soul107 mins ago
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'Cos no-one gives their dogs a plain old bone anymore (which is what caused the pre-dessicated, canine crap of yore).
They're now too busy giving pooch individually wrapped (ie tonnes of packaging), select cuts (only the best bits of horse, you see) in gravy (yeah, right!).
Which means that the white poo we knew and loved from our childhood (well, 'love' is relative - it was better than treading / falling / being rugby tackled into the sloppy brown stuff) is no more.
before regulations they used to put all kinds of indigestible bulking agents into dog food, like ground up bones, chalk etc.
i had a white poo once - was utterly horrified - then i realised it was because i had had a barium meal the day before at the hospital - so whatever is in a barium meal may have been used in dog food too.
White poo was still quite a rarity back in the day.
But today everyone has to pick up their dog's poo with little plastic bags, disporing of them in those dogmess bins that are cropping up everywhere. This is obviously making white dog poo even rarer.
Just have a good root through a dog poo bin if you are that desperate to encounter some.
They always seemed to be small, dry and hard. I never saw a big juicy white turd.
Can anyone enlighten me to their aroma? Were they as scentless as they were in colour?