|09-17-2013 08:41 PM|
|RICO||My dog doesn't have any allergies, but does have a sensitive stomach. I am currently feeding him The Honest Kitchen Zeal and he's doing fantastic on it. The price is on the high side, but if you try it, you'll love it!|
|09-17-2013 04:22 PM|
Mine was allergic to chicken as well (we think).
Best thing for her was Proplan Sensitive stomach and skin. Worked wonders after now she can eat any of the kibbles we feed her without issue.
|09-16-2013 12:19 AM|
|Stevenzachsmom||My GSD was allergic to chicken. My current foster has a sensitive stomach. He was having very soft poo. My vet recommended this formula to me years ago. I don't think anyone ever listens to me, but I have had great success with it....Well drained cooked ground beef and All Bran Cereal. I started feeding this formula on Wednesday evening mixed with pumpkin. His stools firmed right up. On Friday evening, I started adding in 1/2 cup of Wellness Simple. His stools are still solid.|
|09-15-2013 11:31 PM|
sensitive stomach, help?
Hi All. My wife and I adopted a shepherd mix a few months ago, and she's great except for her sensitive stomach. What's weird is that she'll be fine for days or even weeks and then out of nowhere she vomits. We feed her Wolf King and the chicken raw boost from Nature's Variety, so she is getting good quality kibble. Other stuff: she is very energetic and seems otherwise healthy, she just vomits once in a while. Food that she's not used to definitely can trigger a vomiting episode, but not always. She's almost two, and she could put on a few pounds. Any ideas? I've considered switching her to raw, as I've heard many positive things about it, but I'm undecided.