WARNING: FECAL DOG ADVENTURE
Took poochy to the riverpark today. Unlike most days, I had given him his antibiotics, just a half hour before. I'd stopped giving him the drugs because he tends to throw them up. (He has a skin problem)
So, he was a little restless in the back as I got my things together for the walk. I wasn't thinking about the pills. A couple of park guys were there leaning against a fence and chatting just a few feet from my car. Once I let the dog out, I could see he was in a hurry to get to some grass, but before I could lock up the car he ran into the gravel, just three feet from the park guys and started to squat. "Uh oh" I thought and then he produced the biggest, vilest, turd I'd ever seen in my life.

It was about eight inches in diameter and once settled it was a good five inches high. The bottom was pretty solid, but there was sort of a runny, glistening segment and then quite a bit more of a different shade from everything else. There it was between the picnic pavillion, the car, the handicapped fishing ramp and the park guys, who never stopped talking, but surely had noticed.

An ordinary shopping bag would be useless against such a magnificent, whole intestine evacuation . There was no way I was going to scoop that crap up with my hands even if there were two layers of plastic between me and it, but it seemed insane to just try to walk away. Thankfully, the guys didn't say a word. I asked if I could borrow a shovel and they got me one. In the meantime the dog crapped a little more and then started vomiting up kefir, which is a yogurt drink, in several different places as he happily explored around the children's play area, vomiting and shitting as he went.

In just a few seconds my dog had destroyed their whole park. He stood there, looking up at the park guys, smiling and wagging his tail, oblivious to the trouble he was getting me into. I managed to shovel his *** into a bag and cover the vomit with gravel. I'll never forget tying it or the noise it made when it hit the bottom of the barrel next to the picnic tables. It sounded like a water balloon bursting. Then I took the shovel to a sandy area and jabbed the sand until it was clean and then we were on our way. No doubt the dog was 5 pounds lighter.
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dude, your kink is not okay.

shelly
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WARNING: FECAL DOG ADVENTURE In just a few seconds my dog had destroyed their whole park. He stood there, looking ... sand until it was clean and then we were on our way. No doubt the dog was 5 pounds lighter.

Well uh thanks for sharing that tender moment with us. Be sure to post back on all your pets shitting and puking adventures, and I'll be sure to do the same.
Who knows, maybe we can start a new newsgroup devoted to the subject .. ! rec.pets.bodily-functions
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WARNING: FECAL DOG ADVENTURE

Well at least you cleaned it up. Good for youo! I'm so glad that mess wasn't left around.
WARNING: FECAL DOG ADVENTURE

Well at least you cleaned it up. Good for youo! I'm so glad that mess wasn't left around.

Yeah, he was doing okay until he dipped the shovel in sand box to clean it. Ugh!
Bizby
It wasn't a sand box. It was sand. You'd want me to hand back the guy's shovel all covered with wet ***?
So once again, it was not a sand box like children use, if that's what you were assuming. I don't think I used the term "box" at all.
It wasn't a sand box. It was sand. You'd want me to hand back the guy's shovel all covered with ... box like children use, if that's what you were assuming. I don't think I used the term "box" at all.

Sorry, my bad. When you described a sandy area in a park, I assumed it was a place kids would play.
Bizby
WARNING: FECAL DOG ADVENTURE Took poochy to the riverpark today. Unlike most days, I had given him his antibiotics, just ... sand until it was clean and then we were on our way. No doubt the dog was 5 pounds lighter.

Oh my god! I am feeling sympathy, intense sympathy.

Jean