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Old 02-13-2013, 07:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Stomach help?!?

So Gage my 5 month old had diarrhea about two and a half weeks ago that lasted just over 48 hours I thought maybe he got a hold of something bad, I called the vet he told me to give him some pepto I actually never gave the pepto because the night before I went out and bought a bag of grain free blue wilderness and the next day it was gone so I figured okay maybe it's a allergy (I read so many posts on here about food allergies being a problem). Now also to note he never showed any signs of fatigue or sluggishness, he was still his perky self. Now two and a half weeks later the diarrhea has started again. I gave him some pepto when he went to bed ( I was at work when he started having it the boyfriend was home with him) and I don't want to over react and call the vet (although I have no problem doing it, it's just 3:30am and I got off at 1am...gotta love shift work)

I was trying to work on some leash training with him earlier and had bought a box of treats to assist, so now I'm wondering if that could be the problem? They are called Buddy Biscuits it says all natural and corn free. They have never had them before though

Thoughts? Suggestions?

Also I put a little pumpkin with the pepto because he wouldn't take just the pepto and I know pumpkin helps an upset stomach

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Old 02-13-2013, 11:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Stomach help?!?

It could be food. Cain would get it on and off and had it once for a week-I had made a thread about that time-but he would have it and then it'd be gone. I figured it was stress from the schedule change. I recently switched their food flavor-not brand- and he hasn't had it since then.


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When introducing dietary changes on a dog with sensative stomach, wether it be treats or meals, do it ever so slowly.
Add probiotics to his food and it should help a little with the sensative stomach.
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most dog treat companies are concerned about taste and smell. that's why dogs love them so much. but those companies aren't very concerned with intestinal impact. kinda like chili fries. we all love them. they smell wonderful. they taste amazing. but you might hate yourself at 2am with bubble guts.
idk about the particular treats your using. but make sure they are somewhat wholesome. the word "natural" on the package doesn't mean much. look at the ingredients and make sure no corn. wheat. soy. etc.
and use them sparingly.
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Stomach help?!?

Thanks for all your help guys, he seems to be doing today... I don't have the box of treats in front of me but there were only 5 things in them and only one I didn't know what it was. No corn soy rice etc. I will remember to take it slow with new stuff, they normally get a cap full or so of vinegar salmon oil and a skin and coat supplement each day to help, my female had/has demodex slowly getting better so I put them both on those few things to help... Any other suggestions to boost there systems?


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