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09-10-2014 03:33 PM
huntergreen steamed rice and lamb, steamed rice and veal.
08-29-2014 12:24 AM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by gsdsd View Post
Have you tried steam rice and boild chicken that works grate with a bad stomach ..also add a little bit of pumpkin pudding to it that may help
Thank you, so much. I will try this.
08-28-2014 10:30 PM
gsdsd Have you tried steam rice and boild chicken that works grate with a bad stomach ..also add a little bit of pumpkin pudding to it that may help
08-27-2014 07:56 PM
SuperG I'm confident you will make the proper decision.

SuperG
08-27-2014 07:24 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by GSDlover143 View Post
Chicken is good, I was also told rice. But not too much! I think they also have food for seniors with sensitive tummies.
Thank you, I'll look into it!
08-27-2014 07:10 PM
GSDlover143
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Originally Posted by HarleyTheGSD View Post
What kinds of foods would help, and be easy on her stomach?
Chicken is good, I was also told rice. But not too much! I think they also have food for seniors with sensitive tummies.
08-27-2014 07:06 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by llombardo View Post
Lots of people switch to home cooked meals as they get older.
What kinds of foods would help, and be easy on her stomach?
08-27-2014 07:04 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by GSDlover143 View Post
Ask yourself these questions.. Is her quality of life good? Is she in pain? If you don't feel that she is happy and has a good quality of life then I would say you can consider it. But don't Eunthanize her just cause she has a sensitive stomach. I am sure this can be resolved.
She often looks/acts depressed, but maybe it's just the nausea? I'm just not sure what we can do for her.
08-27-2014 06:32 PM
GSDlover143
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The family dog, Cookie, is 11 years old. She's a Dalmatian/Lab mix. We all love her (though she drives us NUTS sometimes), but she has some major digestive issues. She has had them ever since we brought her home as a puppy. It seems to be getting worse and worse. My parents spent nearly $1,000 on testing and medicine, just to find out that she has a sensitive stomach. She's eating BilJak Sensitive Solutions, but it doesn't work. We've tried many others that also don't work. It seems that she's been doing very badly lately. She vomits at least three times during the night, sometimes she'll vomit multiple times throughout the day. We don't know what to do. It's no way for an animal to live, but I have no idea what else we can do?? Just experiment with more foods? Is it cruel of me to consider Euthanasia?
Please help.
I agree that its no way for an animal to live but I don't think its worth Euthanizing her for. If her stomach is sensitive it can be fixed or managed.
08-27-2014 06:31 PM
GSDlover143
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Originally Posted by llombardo View Post
Lots of people switch to home cooked meals as they get older.
Yep! Its much easier on their bellies.
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