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    How much poo can one labrador dog produce. I was along to visit my father for the first time in a month yesterday. He has an elderly black lab (I have two myself). Now my dogs do their business when taken walks in the forest, but my father lets his dog out into the back garden as it is fairly decrepid and can not walk far. Now normally he lifts the poo dailey, but his back has been bad for the last few weeks, and the poo had built up. When he mentioned this, being the good son I volunteered to lift it, and then cut the grass etc. Was ****** freezing, byt it took me over an hour just lifting the poo. By the time I loaded all the poo bags into a bin liner I could barely lift it. My god that dog must be a **** machine. I am going to make the effort to go around a couple of times a week until my dad's back is recovered!!!!!

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    I wouldn't know but just the post I want to read just as I'm about to get tucked into 4 bacon toasties.

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    DON'T say that!! We bought an 8 week old black Lab on Saturday. Twice it cacked last night,once in the kitchen and once in the living room (somehow got out of our "fool proof" barricade between kitchen and dining room aka a pasting table on it's side!).

    Can't wait till it can get up the stairs and use the toilet......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza4 View Post
    I wouldn't know but just the post I want to read just as I'm about to get tucked into 4 bacon toasties.

    Gazza4

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    our labradoodle used to leave what i could only assume would be suitable competition for a small horse - changed his diet and it seemed to "firm him up" Labs seem to have a "weak stomach" for some reason and this affects the amount of times they need to go and how much they seem to produce and i suppose like most of us....the older we get the more we need to go

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    I have a staff and he can do 3 to 5 a day and when its peeing down i leave it in the dog run if its raining the next day again al leave then when its dry i'll do it and thers loads its silly how much can mount up !

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    Funny post this, but one I can relate to.

    We also have a Staff, he's four years old.

    He does his thing at least 4-5 times a day.

    We get up around 6.30 am every day and by 9 am he's generally on number 3.

    They are unbelievable!!

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    What gets me is I know how much my father feeds the dog. I know how much I eat. I eat a lot more than the dog and yet this dog seems to produce 4x as much poo (sorry I have young kids you get used to calling **** poo) as I do!!! LOL.

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