Being in residential Sydney backyards every day of the week has given us plenty of opportunity to examine dog poo specimens. Of course we have our favourites, but the quality & quantity of your dogs poo can tell alot about their eating habits & patterns and can also help in diagnosing any gastrointestinal problems.
Hard Dry & Crumbly. A little like an Anzac Biscuit.
Grade 1.5 Dog Poo
Just Hard & dry but still together.
Grade 2 Dog Poo
Well Formed, Does not leave a mark when picked up: “kickable”
Grade 2.5 Dog Poo
Well formed with a slightly moist surface, which leaves a mark when picked up
Grade 3 Dog Poo
Moist, beginning to lose form. Leaves a definite mark when picked up.
Grade 3.5 Dog Poo
Very Moist but still has some definite form.
Grade 4 Dog Poo
Majority if not all form is lost. Poor consistency, viscous.
Grade 4.5 Dog Poo
Diarrhoea, with some areas of consistency
Grade 5 Dog Poo
This ain’t poo is goo. Watery Diarrhoea