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Old 06-28-2013, 08:54 PM
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Oscars poop has never been right while having kidney or liver.
He was having aroung 50 grams of food a day. I would group his offal meal (15 grams) with bone (35 grams) thinking it would help.

I increasing the amount he was eating but kept the amount of offal the same.
So today he had his bone breakfast, then 3pm he has his liver mixed with minced beef. I came in from work at 8 and gave him his last bone meal and straight after feeding him he pooed everywhere and it was so watery
Its always been loose when hes had offal but this was really bad lol!
What do I? Do I leave his offal out for few weeks or just feed less?

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I would feed less. Get him back to normal. Then add in just a tiny bit of organ with a bony meal. Once that goes down fine, then you can add in another tiny bit. He may not be able to have a whole meal of organs, no matter how much bony meat you give with it. He may be one that just has to have a sliver of organ every few days.
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Yes, I would stop the offal until his poop is back to normal. To many/too much organs will cause irritated bowels & loose movements. When he gets back to normal bowel movements, you may want to consider only feeding organs once or twice a week. You'll have to go by what he can handle.
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Ok how long is best to leave it? And I was feeding him kidney and liver in just one meal once a week each. So not a great amount... nevermind, my poor baby is feeling sorry for himself now lol

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I would get him back to normal. Then give one sliver of kidney or one sliver of liver WITH a very bony meal several times a week. Not just once a week. Sounds like it is too much at once. So back off a little and he should shape right up.
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Hi I can't seem to get Spirits poop firm. It's mostly liquid or very soft. Is there a way to add bone without him actually having to get it from his chicken quarter? He seems to crunch some down but not enough to get his stool firm.
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Go back to basics, back to what you know he can tolerate well. Was he firm when he was just having chicken pieces and nothing else? If so try feeding smaller meals more frequently. If he isn't eating all the bone you can try ground chicken with bone in, (or grinding your own) or just offering smaller bones that are less work for him, such as the ribs, or pieces of smaller chickens which will have softer bones.
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How do you grind chicken bones? Which bones of the chicken do you grind. It's been a
month now and his stool has never been firm. Otherwise everything else is great on raw.
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