‘It’s like a chemical weapon’: Glenn’s dog Ella is having a bit of a flatulence problem

You may remember that Glenn and his family had to put their beloved dog, Victor, to sleep last March. Victor left behind his companion Ella, who as of late has developed a bit of a flatulence problem. On radio this morning, Glenn likened Ella to a ‘chemical weapon’ that spews ‘toxic’ waste. Is she still getting over a broken heart? Is it something she ate? Is it because of Obamacare? Glenn, Pat, and Stu hilariously investigate the problem:

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  • landofaahs

    I would suggest a cork and then get a trained monkey to practice pulling the cork out of a jug. Set both out side when the dogs doubles in size. Stand clear though.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Someone call Al Gore we got a global warming greenhouse factory!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Maybe the dog is a Muslim Brotherhood dog.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Never I have I thought I would ever heard fart and sadness in the same sentence in on this show or anywhere. We broke new wind here. LOL!

  • Linda Shelton

    Try dinovite, got rid of chewing, itching, doggy order and bad farts.

  • WhiteWizard

    Make sure Ella’s dog food does not have any ground corn—the cause of most doggie flatulence.

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  • Anonymous

    More CO2 in the atmosphere, time for a law to regulate canine carbon credits.

  • Michelle Anderson

    Chloramine (chlorine and ammonia) in our tap water gave me horrible strange smelling gas and stomach cramps. My son just had the horrilbe stomach cramps. We drank bottled spring water and felt better in a few days. We got sick of buying bottled water and moved to a town with chlorinated water.

  • landofaahs

    Your posts sound familiar. Have you changed your name?

  • Sea Rock

    … “likened Ella to a ‘chemical weapon’ that spews ‘toxic’ waste” …

    … speak up Barack!, we’ll find you! …

    … Barack, was that you? … say that again … ;-)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Yes I always like this name better but had troll iussues. Yes I posted under Sam.

  • landofaahs

    At first I thought it was Ryan. I remember Sam.

  • Beth McCarrick

    We’ve had the same problem with our 17 year old dog. I was at the book store and picked up a book called Walter the farting dog. I laughed until I cried. Check it out!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Now I do not use that name. :)

  • landofaahs

    Welcome back. I hope things are well with you.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn you need to change the diet… no people food.. can give raw carrots ..peanut butter.. bannanas combine dry and wet food if not already using … document what dog is eating and keep track of what is not agreeing, mineral oil ( only once @ 1/2 tsp ) will help clean out stomach. also might go online ASK,com and ask questions.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Revan

    Nothing really change all that much. Thanks liberalism.

  • Mimi A

    Just feed her raw. No need to document what she ate, when she ate. Just go back to what they ate in the wild. Feed her 2% of her ideal body weight per day and, over the course of a week, do a ration of 10% bone, 10% organ and 80% meat/fat. Start with raw chicken (chicken backs or cut a whole chicken in 1/2 and let her eat it raw prey style. Great side benefit is better breath and the tartar will disappear from her teeth.

  • isis5551

    We have GMO food. And what they put in the food for animals is far worse. Corn…any type. Wheat. Soy. Please check Ella’s food. We’re also all breathing Fukushima air. Not a good combination for anyone. Please take her to the vet, and ask about her food. Until then…….sorry about the flatulence. (Tee-Hee). I cannot smell. Never have. So, if all else fails, send her my way. I won’t need all my other “protection” gear. ;-)
    ~Hugs to all~

  • http://suzeraining.wordpress.com/ suz

    get a chihuahua. ella needs someone to snuggle with and yes, absolutely no corn, wheat or soy.

  • AngryPatriot5

    It’s her diet. Dogs are carnivores meant to eat raw meat. They do not cook, make fire, own pots and pans. Research “raw dog diet” and you’ll be amazed at what you learn. My family has owned small dogs for almost 40 yrs; when we fed “pet food” and vaccinated them, all had serious health problems and died or had to be put to sleep at 10-12 yrs. We changed them to a raw meat and bones diet with no more vaccines. The dogs have NO health problems and live to be 19-21 yrs. Use a natural veterinarian, not a conventional one and your animals will thank you…so will your wallet. Healthy animals don’t need a vet except for wellness check-ups.

  • AngryPatriot5

    We feed raw, Mimi. The health and lifespan our dogs have from this (and no vaccines) is amazing! Hope Glenn reads this. Raw feeders will testify to the awesome results this species appropriate diet gives.

  • Cathy Clark

    Glenn, try charcoal biscuits. They’re supposed to help with gas.

  • One Thirsty Bear

    Obongo’s a communist. And he’s not even a very bright one.

  • kanakattack

    Keep the dog outside where they belong for crying out loud!

  • Sea Rock

    … per Ella’s “problem” … Does she have enough time; outside to properly void her bowels? If she has become dehydrated and stayed in for an extented period of time. Her bowels can become impacted, and if not relieved; it can become a serious problem …

    … also, what is her activity level? … Activity (running, playing) plays an important role in the vacating her bowels …

    … also, what is she eating? is she getting into the “cow patties” …