Viewing post #708551 by Lance
|Thank you for your input; your reasoning is sound and often works out that way for many perceived problems, real or not. Why anyone would want to squeeze out that viscous stinky stuff on purpose is beyond me, and if there is no need, just let the dog do it naturally itself when eliminating its own waste. Like many other 'preventative' measures turned out to be more harmful than beneficial, leave this (and just about any other non-problem) alone unless there is a need to do otherwise. The food switch appears to have made this into a non-problem, so good to go!
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