sudden food sensitivity?

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Re: sudden food sensitivity?

Postby Misskiwi67 » Thu Sep 15, 2011 12:05 am

Team Peanut wrote:i am aware of that that is why its a "wish" :) seriously though it would be nice. especially for people like the OP who needs someone to look at their dogs records and current condition and activity level and make a custom diet for them so they don't have to eat generic LID or Rx diets.


Maybe you should do the 10 years of college and be # 76!!!
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Re: sudden food sensitivity?

Postby Team Peanut » Thu Sep 15, 2011 12:57 am

it would be nice but really i don't need the loans needed for school right now. i do enjoy the topic of nutrition (both human and canine). maybe later in life.
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Re: sudden food sensitivity?

Postby rubysmom » Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:33 pm

Thanks for the input, all. Good news so far. I did some online research and decided to try Nature's Variety Instinct. I got a rabbit meal formula and a salmon meal formula, because Innova seemed to be poultry-based. We did a complete switch-over instead of gradual, because well, if her food was making her sick, we didn't want to continue to give it to her. Judging by her poo, this food is a LOT less irritating to her stomach. She loves it, too, so fingers crossed that her issues will be under control on it.
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