Digestion time varies between individuals and between men and women. After you eat, it takes about six to eight hours for food to pass through your stomach and small intestine. Food then enters your large intestine (colon) for further digestion, absorption of water and, finally, elimination of undigested food.

The average human poops two pounds a day, meaning, over the course of ten years, in London you'd be rich. 11. The world's longest recorded human poop was 26 feet.

George Frandsen ( USA) has entered the new Guinness World Records 2017 Edition with an extraordinary collection – the world's Largest collection of coprolite, otherwise known as fossilised faeces.

That said, the normal range spans three times a day to once every three days, meaning the average person poops approximately once a day—about 1 ounce of stool for each 12 pounds of her or his body weight. That means a person weighing 160 pounds produces an average of just under a pound of poop each day.

When the dog begins to go, quietly whisper a command you plan to eventually use to tell him to “go,” such as: go potty, get busy, do your business, etc. Quietly praise him and get that special treat ready. As soon as the poop/pee is complete, immediately praise him, quickly give him several treats and then play.

Then take your dog out for a small walk. Praise any elimination in appropriate places. Always take your dog out after they eat, this is going to be a prime time for them to want to poop. If your puppy wakes up during the night to go, or first thing in the morning, CARRY your puppy where you want them to eliminate.

Elimination (that is, poop and pee) is one of our dogs' most nuanced and effective methods of communication. ... For some dogs, the “messages” encoded in scent secretions in other dogs' waste serve as cues to make them go potty, too. That's why your dog sometimes poops right next to another dog's pile.

Take her outside about 20 minutes after eating or drinking. Do not crate her until she has the chance to go potty. Use a grate on the bottom on the crate to keep the mess apart from the dog, so she can get used to enjoying a clean space.