|01-26-2014 12:23 PM|
|Momto2GSDs||Forgot to mention that whatever treats you are using could also give him gut troubles.|
|01-26-2014 12:21 PM|
Sounds like he needs a good Digestive Enzyme/Probiotic!
Here are two great ones! Both are Human Grade ingredients
Sunday Sundae Nutritional Supplement
Digest All Plus: The Wholistic Pet
You may also want to try a higher quality kibble such as
The Honest Kitchen Dehydrated human grade food Store Locator: Where to Buy Honest Kitchen - Honest Kitchen Stores | The Honest Kitchen A 10# box RE-hydrates to about 35 pounds of food.
Fromm's Four-Star Gourmet Recipes for dogs - Fromm Family Foods Internet locator: Internet Retailers - Fromm Family Foods
Acana Acana Regionals | Acana Store locator: Store Locator | Acana
Nature's Variety (not Nature's Recipe) Nature's Variety: Instinct Grain-Free Kibble Diets for Dogs | Nature's Variety Store locator: Find A Store | Nature's Variety
|01-26-2014 10:53 AM|
|wdyoung46||We're going to the met next week for a check up and I will speak with him about it. I am feeding the pure pumpkin that you buy in the grocery store.|
|01-26-2014 10:19 AM|
maybe the 4 health doesn't agree with him. switch brands.
what kind of pumpkin are you feeding? a Vet visit maybe in
|01-26-2014 10:09 AM|
We recently adopted a beautiful male approximately 2 years old. When he came from the shelter, his bowel movements were fine. He was eating some Science Diet, and we tried transitioning that with our food, 4 health. Seems as if it doesn't agree, we went back to feeding him rice, chicken and some pumpkin. Things are getting somewhat better, but when I try to put some dry food in again, things tend to get worse. Any suggestions for a fella with a sensitive tummy....Thanks