ARGH! Regression and ukky poos

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ARGH! Regression and ukky poos

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 31 Mar 2015, 19:33

Just when we were "there", we aren't! She started having wee accidents last week at nursery - 1 first day, 3 the next. Then at settling in at new nursery, 2 accidents in the morning. A couple at home. The slightly stodgy poos started 3 or 4 days ago - not "loose" exactly - more like ukky teething poo (although not teething - she has them all!) Then at nursery today, she has 2 ukky, get everywhere, legging and knicker throw awaying explosions. She's fine in herself - getting over a cold, but running around like a looney.

They've said they'll have her tomorrow, if she doesn't poo this evening (which she hasn't). Don't know if I should keep her home. She didn't eat her lunch at nursery but did eat a good dinner at home - then took herself off to bed where she was zonked within 2 minutes.

So, poo firming and strategy for regression help please!
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Re: ARGH! Regression and ukky poos

Postby mamapup » 31 Mar 2015, 22:09

Just grin and get through it, I'm afraid. We had one similar period with the puppy when he was ill not longer after sorting himself out.

Good luck.
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