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03-13-2014 04:18 PM
wolfy dog
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He has been home 4 days now.
Could be related from the stress of all the changes in his life. I fed mine (15 weeks old) two tbsp per meal and it worked well.
You could change his food if it continues.
Raw green tripe works well too is my experience.
03-13-2014 03:37 PM
SARpup I give mine pumpkin in his Kong! I don't know if that is how I SHOULD do it but I do. He has been interested in eating his own poo since I got him 2 weeks ago so I feed him pineapple in his food bowl with his kibble and it seems to be working now. I just changed foods to the Natures Domain and his poo has been softer then I would like but I am hoping given time he will get used to it, only changed a couple days ago.
He gets a kong a few times a week as a toy and I stick the pumpkin in that with the potatoes and carrots and treats and stuff.
02-09-2014 01:39 PM
shepherdmom
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Tablespoon each meal


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02-09-2014 01:12 PM
mydogs Tablespoon each meal


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02-09-2014 10:53 AM
shepherdmom
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Do another stool sample. Parasites dont always show up in first one. Could be coccidia or Giardia. Hard to detect. Also give her digestive enzymes.


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This is his second sample. He had one done at the rescue before he came home. He has been home 4 days now.

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I would say a table spoon. At least that is what I have found effective
A tablespoon how often. Once a day? Twice a day?
02-09-2014 10:50 AM
shepherdmom
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Originally Posted by doggiedad View Post
you'll know pie mix. it's going to have sugar and all
sorts of additives. i see canned pumpkin in the canned
vegetable section of the store. when you read the ingredients
it should say pumpkin and water. you can bake a pumpkin
and use that.
Ingredients just say pumpkin. Nothing else. No sugar and additives not even water.

02-09-2014 10:19 AM
doggiedad you'll know pie mix. it's going to have sugar and all
sorts of additives and instructions. i see canned pumpkin
in water in the canned vegetable section of the store.
when you read the ingredients it should say pumpkin and water.
you can bake a pumpkin and use that.


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How can you tell if its pie mix? Ingredients say pumpkin. It doesn't say anything else added. But I did get it from baking section. Where else do I look for canned pumpkin?
02-09-2014 10:11 AM
shepherdmom
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it's 100% pumpkin but make sure it isn't pie mix. i use
pumpkin in water only.
How can you tell if its pie mix? Ingredients say pumpkin. It doesn't say anything else added. But I did get it from baking section. Where else do I look for canned pumpkin?
02-09-2014 08:43 AM
doggiedad it's 100% pumpkin but make sure it isn't pie mix. i use
pumpkin in water only.

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Puppy has pudding poo. Took a fecal sample in and it is negative. I missed the phone call my husband took it. Vet said to feed pumpkin. But he didn't ask how much... Arrgg!

I found some canned 100% pumpkin in the baking section of the store. How much should I give him?
02-09-2014 08:34 AM
mydogs Do another stool sample. Parasites dont always show up in first one. Could be coccidia or Giardia. Hard to detect. Also give her digestive enzymes.


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