Watery stool? Foul spell?

TheBeard9789

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My Chubbs is having some watery poop issues not even 3 weeks ago I had her poop tested and was negative. Could this just be too much water or perhaps a upset belly from eating grass/weeds? I am trying to train her to not eat anything outside (grass weeds succulents) but it's a slow process. She has never had parasites before (almost 5 yrs old) so I'm hoping this just might be overly hydration?
 

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Claudiusx

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If she just ate something weird or something she hasn't before, it's common for their stools to be a bit weird. Just like with humans, a one-off odd stool is nothing to worry about. It's when they become recurring that they raise concern.

-Brandon
 

TheBeard9789

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If she just ate something weird or something she hasn't before, it's common for their stools to be a bit weird. Just like with humans, a one-off odd stool is nothing to worry about. It's when they become recurring that they raise concern.

-Brandon
She is getting bugs 2 days a week and she (Chubbs) doesn't like the greens but will take 1-2 bites then stop. So the water is there but she gets it from physically drinking water (clean) during her baths. So that could be why she has a watery stool I mean I seen it worse but I dialed back on the baths. She did have a perfectly nice firm slightly moist poop a few days ago. I normally take pics so I can inspect get advice and pin point when they went to the bathroom last

Also appreciate the quick response 😄
 

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