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Old 09-03-2013, 07:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I just switched to blue buffalo wilderness grain free from purina pro plan which was in the vet office my issue is her poop is more soft than before which I kinda expected after some time on this forum my question is how long will this happen before I need to be concerned ?
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Old 09-03-2013, 07:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I've been noticing a lot of threads about BB causing loose stool in pups, like it did with my newest pup, but that was when she was like 3 months young. I switched her to a kibble with more peas and it cleared her up over night. Eventually I switched her to Acana with the other dogs because its all life stages.... no problems since!.. Gradually switch very slow when they are young.
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Old 09-03-2013, 08:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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I been noticing the same thing that's why was wondering how long this might last but my pup is only 7 weeks and I'm hoping that her stool will stiffen up with age


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If you just switched her food her body needs to adjust to the new food. Did you gradually change her food? I would wait a few days and if you don't see any improvements, go to the vet.


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If you just switched her food her body needs to adjust to the new food. Did you gradually change her food? I would wait a few days and if you don't see any improvements, go to the vet.


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You should always change foods gradually to keep from upsetting stomachs. If it was a sudden switch it could be related to that.


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When you feed BB do u add any water? I noticed the bag said to add some water to get the "aroma" of the food going. I tried this out bc like I said in a thread I started, it was work at one point getting my boy to eat, adding the water he scarfs it down now. BUT I did notice his stool is MUCH softer then before


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have you tried feeding smaller portions 3 times a day that clearedup jakki boi when he was lil
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When she went today it looked a little more solid than before do I guess it just takes time for her body to adjust and get all the purina out her system


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did you transition slowly? My dog has really bad bellies I need to like take a month to transition it seems lol. I start really little with new food and then add more and more supplementing with the old until he is all switched. I agree though, BBwilderness wasn't the best for my pup, but I know some that do wonderful on it. Did you try adding a bit of pumpkin puree to his food? that can help with a fast transition as well. It keeps the poops nice, not too runny not too firm.
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:27 AM   #10 (permalink)
 
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I totally forgot about the pumpkin purée but things are getting more solid now. But just in case her stool starts to get loose again ill give it a try and I'm checking on other options as well


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@mccoy if I remember right I believe the food calls for 1-2 cups depending on the projected adult weight and I think the weights are 31lbs - 50lbs but she isn't eating all that right now but I'm sure that will soon change as she grows she makes 8 weeks on Sunday ill try to post some pics later today


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