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    Default change in toilet habits.

    Indy has always gone poops 2 or 3 times a day, just small ones, but always 2 or 3. In the last week though when i take him out first thing in the morning he will do a big poo, then come in and eat his breakfast. He gets fed again in the evening and taken out another couple of times, but he is not pooing. Should I be worried? He does not seems constipated, his belly is nice and soft, he's still energetic and happy as usual.

    He is now 9 months old, gets fed home cooked food in the morning and dried food in the morning. And he was nuetered last Saturday, could that have something to do with the change?

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    It very well may be from the surgery. Some dogs get constipated after surgery, my guess is that he will be back to his normal self pretty soon....just keep a close eye on him.

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    you are quite observant! My Captain (who was already neutered when I rescued him) has always been a one poop (per day) wonder... it's a biggie, but it's all he does.... now peeing.. that he can do on every blade of grass, one blade at a time!

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