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Boxer Bombs

Discussion in 'The Boxer Ring' started by Kira's Mom, Jul 26, 2000.

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  1. Kira's Mom

    Kira's Mom Boxer Pal

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    I've been reading alot about "boxer bombs" but I haven't experienced any yet (at least with Kira; my lab is another story). When does this usually start happening? I know this is a stupid question but Kira is 6 months old she eats Eukanuba large breed puppy and she does fine on it. Could I be so lucky to have a gasless boxer?

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    Kira-born 2/4/00, female, plain fawn, cropped, docked, and about to be spayed.
    Rocko- big brother to Kira, black lab, adopted at 2 years old, nuetered, born 3/2/95
     
  2. MarinaS

    MarinaS Boxer Insane

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    If you do have a gasless boxer - lucky you are. My Tina have been killing me with her gases for all her life, I think (3,5 years) [​IMG] I don't even remember when it started, seems to me it has always been like that.

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  3. ChrisM

    ChrisM Guest

    How lucky you are!! If you do start to experience this nasty habit, start feeding yogurt right away!!

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  4. bxr_lvr

    bxr_lvr Boxer Booster

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    I agree with ChrisM, you are fortunate not to have this. You can always give the yogurt to your lab! It works on my cocker!!! And she was as bad as my boxer. [​IMG]

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    Emma - black-masked brindle girl, 04-03-00
     
  5. Linda

    Linda Boxer Insane

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    I didn't know there was such a thing as a "gasless boxer." LOL [​IMG]
    Perhaps her diet is such that it doesn't give her gas. You are lucky!!!
     
  6. ZEUS' Proud PaPa

    ZEUS' Proud PaPa Boxer Buddy

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    A gasless Boxer? I would have to see (?) it to believe it. If so, you are very fortunate indeed. The yogurt has worked wonders for Zeus and his "bombs."

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    Todd & ZEUS 4/5/00 Fawn male, cropped, docked, white toes and "goatee."
     
  7. brindlemom

    brindlemom Guest

    Striker is now 7 months old, and didn't start with the "boxer bombs" till recently.

    We have started him on yogurt, and it does wonders!!!

    Good Luck



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    Boxerworld BW owner Staff Member

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    Jan Reasonable Moderator Staff Member

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    That picture is so cute and is certainly appropriate for this topic.

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  10. anne

    anne Boxer Buddy

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    I've tried the yogurt she loves it but it does'nt help with the bombs,and she's only 10wks so will the smell get bigger as she gets bigger!!!any oyher ideas PLEASE!!!
    :eek:



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