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Old 07-26-2014, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello to all .I started feeding my pup raw food and he got super sick he was vomiting and had the runs ..so I whent to the vet amd the told me to give him boild chiken with white rice and other pills to go with ..he was doing hood and his stool was better then I started mixing a lil bit of meric kibble into the chiken and rice and I gradually added mor and less chiken n rice ..
Now he ate just merric kibble and he is pooping like smushi type diarrhea and he won't eat his kibbles ..
Should I go back to rice and chiken or should I keep feeding him merric till he gets usto it ? Thanks
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Old 07-26-2014, 09:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would go back to the chicken and rice and also add canned pumpkin. This article explains how much to give benefits of canned pumpkin for dogs | Raising Healthy Dogs
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Thank I will chek it out immediately ..
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I would go back to the chicken and rice and also add canned pumpkin. This article explains how much to give benefits of canned pumpkin for dogs | Raising Healthy Dogs
Hello do you have any ideo on how much I should be feeding my 9 week old ?a whole chiken br3st , cup of rice ? Thanks
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Small meals throughout the day. Smal as in 1/2 cup of the mixture. I would feed more rice than chicken or about 1/2 rice 1/2 chicken
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