PeterB wrote:The best way to gauge whether you are properly hydrated is not so much from intake..that has many variables..but from the colour of your urine. When hydrated your wee will be straw coloured or very light green.
Dark yellow/orange or dark green means you need to drink more non alcoholic fluids..preferably ones not loaded with sugar.
PeterB wrote:Beetroot and especially beetroot juice, can also have a dramatic effect..
tiltbillings wrote:Geez, thanks, guys, for sharing your piddlle percularities, but I think we will draw a line at any descriptions of your poop.
Sam Vara wrote:Ben wrote:Mine is currently a brilliant fluorescent yellow. But that is due to the vitamin supplements I am taking.
Pics or it didn't happen...
Ben wrote:PeterB wrote:Beetroot and especially beetroot juice, can also have a dramatic effect..
Yes, I have heard of that. Incidentally, I actually have four beets in the fridge, so I will be able to see the change in my urine colour quite soon.
Providing Adequate Water to Dogs
purple planet wrote:my dog pees in the house - and also does need to drink water
i put 0.6 liters of water in her food - i belive if she drinks on her own she dosnt drink that much
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