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Most dogs eat ONCE a day. You can feed twice a day, but with smaller portions at each meal. Do not overfeed your dog.

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Why do you want your dog to get a blood clot?

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Dog'a Colored poop

The first thing that comes to mind is rat poison. I've heard that since the little blocks of poison are greenish, the first sign is colored poop. But then you have to take them to the vet asap to be able to save them, because if you wait for the bleeding symptom to start (it could take a week or ...