Passing gas is a normal bodily function in almost all mammals.
Releasing the semi-hazardous fumes gives the culprit a sense of relief in letting go of the pressure contained around their bladder. However, those on the receiving end get a rather smelly surprise. It’s enough to cause discomfort and even disgust from anyone getting the gaseous message.
Some farts are more potent than others. You have the farts that slip through the internal pipelines of the body and come out as easy as a quick breath being exhaled. But then you have the kind of farts that get stuck in position and need to desperately be released before destruction takes place.
The ticking time bomb only gives you a brief time to take care of business before it blows up and causes the next nuclear explosion.
A hilarious video of a dog farting was captured and it immediately turned heads all over the internet.
The unsuspecting pup was being observed by his master as he lazily remained perched on his carpet. Without even looking or noticing himself being filmed, he proceeded to press the big red button and released his inner demons.
The result is as nasty as you would expect but louder than you would ever see coming. It reverberated so loudly that it’s almost unfathomable to think all that air came from this pooch! Truly, no words can accurately describe how disgustingly impressive this fart was.
What causes dogs to fart?
Flatulence in dogs is caused by a build-up of gas in the intestinal tract and colon. There are a number of reasons why a dog might have built up gas which includes eating too fast and swallowing air, eating the wrong kinds of food, and also specific thickeners that are included in certain types of dog food (like soya) can contribute to dogs passing wind.
If you experience excessive farting, it could be a result of a poor diet. Eating rotten, or semi-spoiled foods can cause hard indigestion and severely upset your dog’s stomach. Another way of knowing if this seems to be the case is taking a look at your doggo’s poop. The consistency and color of it should indicate if he/she has been getting the proper food for their respective diet.
If a change in diet doesn’t resolve the excessive flatulence, something more serious may be the problem. Look into unusual behaviors or symptoms like noises coming from the stomach to see if it is anything worth talking to your vet about. One way to help improve this is to feed small amounts throughout the day so that your dog can digest it properly without getting overwhelmed.
This pooch really let that carpet have it.
Without any hesitation, this fluffy brown doggy unleashed his foul scent upon the rug. Whoever walked by certainly felt its potency as the sound pierced the air with its foul aroma. You would think the dog would acknowledge his actions, but no!
He did not even bother to look around. Seems like he knew the rules of “whoever smelt it, dealt it”, and so refused to take the responsibility as the perpetrator. In any case, we’re glad to be getting some humor from our lovely furry friend especially this early in the year.
Check out the clip below, but make sure to hold your breath!
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